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Moderates triumphed at the '76 convention but their candidate, Ronald Reagan, lost the general election in the fall,
February 11, 2013 The Republican Party, having lost its second consecutive presidential election, is struggling for an answer. In the past, the divisions were about ideology. This time, it's about tactics — and who decides which are the correct tactics to take. And that has created more division.
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