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Actually, Smoke-Filled Rooms Are Good

Some candidates complain about parties rigging the process. There isn’t really any rigging, but maybe there should be.

Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez at the recent DNC summer meeting in San Francisco, California | Credit: Justin Sullivan (Getty)

Congresswoman and Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) has accused the Democratic National Committee of rigging the nomination process against her. The basis for the claim is that…

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Alex Muresianu

Alex Muresianu

Young Voices contributor and Tufts student writing about economics. Published: The American Conservative and The Washington Examiner. @ahardtospell

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