Over the history of the United States, its political parties have been born, matured and died. That’s because the issues dividing the parties have changed as one over-arching crisis was resolved and another looms. How has this evolutionary process played out since the birth of the country? What does this history tell about the future of our current political parties? And what are the economic and social implications of that change? We’ll attempt to answer these questions and identify the uncertainties that remain.
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