The rise of political outsiders in the GOP primary.
From WWII to
Watergate, Americans had confidence in former
Senators Truman, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon to lead
them as president (or vice president first). After
Watergate, governors Carter, Reagan, Clinton and
George W. Bush occupied the Oval Office. What's
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6-Year Midterms in the 1960s and 1970s
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from Jane's Context:
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