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For all the talk of problems with the Republican Party and the conservative movement, the 2016 presidential primary is likely to offer a deep field of strong conservative candidates. Any candidate that emerges from the field will be broadly conservative, so the primary is less likely to be a purity fight. Instead, it will likely be about which candidate can offer the most broadly appealing...

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