Periodically, our two-party system of Republicans and Democrats comes under attack as an outdated and cumbersome instrument of either gridlock or parallelism, depending upon the ideological makeup of the opposition. Naturally, during a presidential election campaign, the rhetoric is turned up several notches.
J. KARL MILLER: Two-party system might not be perfect, but it works
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