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The Republican Party will be relevant again

It will undergo a revival—but an internal war will come first

By John McTernan  

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally, Thursday, April 21, 2016 ©Julio Cortez/AP/Press Association Images

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“In 1968, we traded regions—turns out we got the better end of the trade.” So argued veteran Democratic pollster Stan Greenberg at a presentation in London last week. He was talking about the success of Richard Nixon’s “Southern strategy” through which the Democrat voters of the south—the “Dixiecrats”—were successfully won…

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