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Robert David Sullivan

Demographics and political destiny

By Robert David Sullivan
July 28, 2008

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IF YOU spend enough time studying election returns, you can start to see politics as just another branch of science - like quantum physics, but without the humanity. Pundits who prefer to psychoanalyze voters are apt to depict campaigns as wild affairs full of plot twists, but the geography of American politics is surprisingly resistant to change, at least in ... (Full article: 709 words)

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