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Presidential Election Of 1912 Saw Viable Third Party

Robert Siegel talks with Sidney Milkis, author of Theodore Roosevelt, the Progressive Party, and the Transformation of American Democracy, about the U.S. presidential election of 1912 — when there was a viable third party on the ballot: the Bull Moose Party.
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In Final Pitch To Iowa Voters, Gingrich Stresses Experience

In a last-minute pitch he hoped would make inroads with voters concerned about electability, Gingrich waxed nostalgic about Ronald Reagan and derided Washington as "cloud cuckoo land."
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Iowa Caucus-Goers Discuss The GOP Field

Iowans gather Tuesday evening for the state's precinct caucuses. A group of caucus-goers talks about who they plan to vote for and how they made up their minds.
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Still Alone In New Hampshire, Huntsman Hopes To Pull A 'Santorum'

Huntsman has been methodically wooing New Hampshire voters in nearly 150 events over the past few weeks. He might not win the Jan. 10 primary, but he is hoping for a sheen of electability.
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Once A Blockbuster Video, Now A Campaign Headquarters

You might expect grandeur from a political campaign, but here's what they really look like.
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It's Down To The Wire For GOP Candidates In Iowa

Republican presidential hopefuls were bearing down and trying to sway voters hours ahead of the first major test of the primary season. But more than a third of those participating in the state's caucuses say they still haven't made up their minds.
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In Iowa, It's Decision Day At Last

After months of campaigning, it's finally caucus day in Iowa. Polls still show a fluid race, with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, Texas Rep. Ron Paul and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum heading the pack.

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