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Campaign '68

Many see similarities between the 2016 presidential election campaign and one almost half a century earlier. The 1968 presidential campaign was one of the most dramatic and significant contests for the White House in the 20th century. It was a close, bitterly-fought campaign in a raucous, bloody year. Ultimately, the Democratic Party lost its decades-long grip on national power, making way for the rise of Republican conservatism that profoundly reshaped American public policy for the next 40 years.

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Cap credit card interest rates and fees

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From: Sarah W., Falls Church, VA

No matter how hard we work, and how little we spend, we are always struggling with credit card debt. It's mainly medical costs -- therapy for our daughter. The cost of therapy in and of itself is enormous, and we can't afford to pay for it every time, thus the credit card. It's a catch-22, a hamster wheel of expense and debt. We've never charged luxuries or been irresponsible with our card. We are the exploited cash cow for the credit card companies. How are we ever going to save for retirement?


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American RadioWorks |
Kennedy_03 JPEG

Campaign '68

Many see similarities between the 2016 presidential election campaign and one almost half a century earlier. The 1968 presidential campaign was one of the most dramatic and significant contests for the White House in the 20th century. It was a close, bitterly-fought campaign in a raucous, bloody year. Ultimately, the Democratic Party lost its decades-long grip on national power, making way for the rise of Republican conservatism that profoundly reshaped American public policy for the next 40 years.

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