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(The Atlantic)   "Like all election seasons, the 2012 campaign was rich in commentary that was at odds with or unsupported by findings from political science"   (theatlantic.com ) divider line
    More: Obvious, political sciences, political pundits, election seasons, party identification, the collective, citizenships, John Sides, Morris Fiorina  
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