David Hopkins

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This presidential election, spectators of all political persuasions are complaining about the nominating process.

Are the Presidential Primaries Rigged?

This presidential election, spectators of all political persuasions are complaining about the nominating process.

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Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are outraged that the presidential nominating process turns out not to be an exercise in direct democracy, and many voters agree.

It's Not Democracy, It's the Rules

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