John Alexander Nicholson

Doctoral student at the University of South Carolina

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Doctoral student in Political Science at the University of Southern Carolina

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CNN hyped  last night's Democratic presidential debate  at The Citadel in South Carolina as "revolutionary" because real people got to ask questions on video.

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CNN hyped last night's Democratic presidential debate at The Citadel in South Carolina as "revolutionary" because real people got to ask questions on video.

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