by William Kertzman
Third parties can temporarily capture the public if they meet a moment of discontent with resources and a compelling personality; building for the long-term is something very different.
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For a variety of institutional reasons, pro-Trump and Never-Trump factions will fight to control the Republican Party, rather than to create a competitor to it.
by Alexander Heffner
In choosing to run as a Democrat, Sanders has clearly learned a lesson from Henry Wallace’s unsuccessful 1948 third-party presidential campaign.
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