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Presidents come and go, but political parties remain standing – or, at least, the two major ones have since the mid-1800s. Because the ever-transient executive and legislative branches exist in a codependent relationship, expectations of accomplishment naturally soar when one party gains control of the holy trinity of politics – both branches of Congress and the White House. But for the most openly socialist version of the Democratic Party we have witnessed in our lifetime, power comes with a flashing red caveat in all caps and bold. Unlike when FDR and […]
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