Clubbing the Moderates

Antle III, W. James
May 2009
American Spectator;May2009, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p38
The article discusses conservative primary challengers in the United States Senate. The author suggests that Republican political candidates who run on extreme, niche platforms are hurting the party by causing moderates to vote for democrats. The 1976 political contest between Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan is analyzed.


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