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Florida town may learn a revolutionary lesson: When government becomes too corrupt, it gets abolished

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It's a made-for-the-Tea Party solution: If the government becomes too corrupt to govern, perhaps the best plan is to get rid of it. That could be the fate of the small town of Hampton, Fla., population 477, if the city can't get its act together. Rampant corruption plagues the town, with a state audit finding 31 violations of local rules or state or federal law, including a city clerk being...

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