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By now everybody knows what happened in the 2014 midterms. The challenge is to keep the results–a great victory for Republicans–in perspective. In particular, now that the 2014 midterms have passed into history, we can ask: What implications can we
By now everybody knows what happened in the 2014 midterms. The challenge is to keep the results—a great victory for Republicans—in perspective. In particular, now that the 2014 midterms have passed into history, we can ask: What implications can we
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