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The 2020 Debate: A Breakdown

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Tuesday's debate, why "the issues" don't matter, and why the debate probably won't change the minds of many voters. "I don't think America's faith in democracy has ever been lower than it is this morning. So, again, I think that's a successful debate." —Tho Bishop And be sure to follow Radio Rothbard at mises.org/RadioRothbard.

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Tuesday's debate, why "the issues" don't matter, and why the debate probably won't change the minds of many voters. "I don't think America's faith in democracy has ever been lower than it is this morning. So, again, I think that's a successful debate." —Tho Bishop And be sure to follow Radio Rothbard at mises.org/RadioRothbard. The 2020 Debate: A Breakdown
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