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Two failed parties, two inadequate choices

America is a nation in crisis. Faith in our economic and political institutions, from Wall Street to Congress, is at or near historic lows.
Our crisis is fueled, in part, by two perceptions. First, that our government is becoming increasingly unrepresentative of, disinterested in, and unresponsive to, average Americans. And second, that the political process is broken- that our government is incapable of fashioning a coherent response to the range of problems our society is facing, including growing wealth concentration, the budget deficit, and combating global warming.
And as the dangers multiply, our tired political duopoly has offered us the ...

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