Levels of discourse

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People often talk about how ill-informed and apathetic the Americans are. In some circles it's the last acceptable stereotype.

The interest in this year's convoluted and never-ending nomination process seems to have nailed the apathetic side of that, so here's an interview which shows what a well-informed citizen looks like.

The left candidate backing "public private partnership", eh, though? One assumption is still true: the central ground of American politics is still significantly to the right of the European centre.

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