Enter The Republicans

Carried on the Shoulders of America’s Youth Vote.  Kentucky Congressman Cassius Clay was famous not only for surviving assassination, but for fighting back and killing his attackers. Despite Clay’s courage, his Party was decimated in 1856. The Republican’s rivals in northeastern cities employed gangs to help win elections. Without a “ground game” like the fire brigades that rallied…

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