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Politicians from powerful dynasties may be more experienced, but half of Americans say that they represent an unfair concentration of power in one family Hillary Clinton is widely expected to run for President in 2016, and even commentators examining alternative Democratic candidates for 2016 admit that Clinton is "the biggest ...
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Democrats tend to think that the furious opposition to President Obama is a reaction to his race, but Republicans - and Independents - disagree Just over a week ago, New York Magazine published an essay by Jonathan Chait arguing that race is at the heart of politics in the Obama ...
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Americans are willing to pay a little bit extra in gas taxes for transport improvements, but not for anything else New York City is planning to levy a small fee - around 30 cents - on each taxi journey in order to fund a program that would slowly ensure that ...
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Most Americans support a total cap on campaign donations, and they tend to disagree with the Supreme Court's reasoning in overturning the limits Last Wednesday the Supreme Court ruled that a cap on the total amount of money any individual can donate to all campaigns and parties each election cycle ...
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