GOP Must Refocus On Middle America, Editor Says

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The Republican Party was beaten badly in Tuesday's elections, and many Republicans are calling for the party to re-examine itself. Ross Douthat, a senior editor at The Atlantic and co-author of Grand New Party, tells Steve Inskeep that the party has to shift focus to the working class and come up with conservative solutions to their problems.

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