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Put some spin on it

January 14, 2012
By Dr. David Turner , The Inter-Mountain

Perhaps for an older generation of Republicans, the focus on the presidential nomination as an ideological exercise is a bit bizarre. Since 1968, GOP contests have centered around the principles of limited government, strong defense and a loosely construed view toward order and traditional values. No major divisions in the party have been evident since San Francisco in 1964. Even the hotly contested nomination battle between Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford ended amicably in 1976.

 
 

 

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