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Robert David Sullivan

The Reagan realignment's staying power

By Robert David Sullivan
July 21, 2008

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IN 2000, Republican strategist Karl Rove often speculated that a victory by George W. Bush could bring a long-term realignment of American politics, similar to the way William McKinley's win in 1896 began 36 years of GOP dominance in Washington. Rove was being immodest in a lot of ways, but the most startling aspect of his boast was that a ... (Full article: 703 words)

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