Breaking the Two-Party Monopoly (1993)

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American History

 

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November 14, 2014

 

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The author also says the current system heavily undermines third parties because it creates a cyclic effect with negative effects on the ability of the third parties to be politically viable internationally. The cyclic effect on the third parties starts with their low chance of being elected so they don't attract good politicians or good contributions because businesses feel it's a waste of money and good politicians are attracted to the two main parties there they're more likely to win...
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The cyclic effect on the third parties starts with their low chance of being elected so they don't attract good politicians or good contributions because businesses feel it's a waste of money and good politicians are attracted to the two main parties there they're more likely to win. The third party also doesn't attract voters because of the aforementioned problems...
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