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Why not form a new Political Party?

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Submitted by Joshua Zev Levin, Ph.D. (United States), Jul 23, 2016 at 15:55

If you don't like Trump, form a new Party. Maybe call it the "Hamiltonian Party" -- after all, Alexander Hamilton has his own Broadway musical and is very popular now.

It would be a temporary party, but would serve as a basis for the re-formed Republican Party four years hence.

(P.S. I already suggested this to George Will.)

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