America's Debt to Populists
Their high poll numbers notwithstanding, few people believe that Donald Trump, Ben Carson or Bernie Sanders will capture their parties’ nominations, much less win the general election. If these populists eventually fall by the wayside, will their early dominance of the race be remembered as more than a historical footnote?
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