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A divided America, an anxious world: a turn in the history of US elections

FOR much of the post-World War II period, American presidential elections were seen as a civilised and spirited contest between representatives of the Democratic and Republican parties, the country's two major political forces.American voters were asked to decide which of two presidential

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