Parties over? Republicans, Democrats, and the Howard Schultz challenge
POLITICS
February 25, 201915 min read3058 words
Published: February 25, 2019  |  15 min read3058 words
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Credible
February 28, 2019
While I have no interest in whether former CEO of Starbucks, Howard Schultz, may or may not run for president, Peter Grier provides a bit of important context about the two-party system of politics that more and more Americans dislike every day.
February 28, 2019
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Credible
February 25, 2019
Great analysis by Peter Grier talking about the history and impact of our current duopoly and independent party candidates. Peter talks about the path to our current duopoly and gives an inside look to the thinking of independent's and how they've historically voted so a reader like me can understand better how independents can influence elections.
February 25, 2019
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Balanced
Jul 19
It has been broken for decades, but it is exactly this fact that makes the party system a usable tool for the corrupt, since a broken thing has many cracks that can be exploited, why would they change that when the money is so good?
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