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Argument: Primaries are an enormous and unproductive use of money

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  • "How Presidential primaries ruin US elections". - "Money, not political ideas is what wins votes in today's society. So, the stakes are high when it comes to winning the nomination of the Republicans and Democrats. Ralph Nader and Ross Perot are examples of this. While each man had unique ideas on how the country should be run, neither man was considered a true candidate because of their lack of affiliation with one of the two major political parties. This is not to say that their ideas were bad ones - on the contrary."

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