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But there is one aspect of today’s polarized gridlock that is unlike that of the Gilded Age, as Drutman notes: In the late 1800s, “the two parties didn’t actually stand for all that much — a stark contrast from today’s politics, where the major parties have distinct policies on a host of national issues.” The Gilded Age began ...
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    • Domestic politics 55.56%
    • National, regional, local elections 44.44%
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