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The Republican Reform Problem

June 20, 2013

Among many other things, the fight for immigration reform is a test of whether the Republican Party is able to move in the direction of reform. I?m skeptical, and Ed Kilgore captures why with a post at the Washington Monthly that outlines the groups of Republicans who oppose reform for one reason or another. When you add up the different groups, it amounts to most Republicans. As he says, ?The surprising thing isn?t that rank-and-file Republicans or most of their representatives in Washington aren?t in lockstep agreement with a move-to-t

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