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Montana's Jackson Pollock

Publius at Legal Fiction argues that the American political spectrum isn't a straight line going from far-left to far-right but resembles instead a Jackson Pollock painting (painted in non-Euclidean space from the sound of it) and looks at the election of one Democratic governor in Montana to argue how working with that fact can lead to electibility. A good read.


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