Bush v. Gore and Why It Matters in 2020 : Throughline In the 2000 presidential election, results weren't known in one night, a week, or even a month. This week, we share an episode we loved from It's Been A Minute with Sam Sanders that revisits one of the most turbulent elections in U.S. history and what it could teach us as we wait for this election's outcome.
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Bush v. Gore and Why It Matters in 2020

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Bush v. Gore and Why It Matters in 2020

Bush v. Gore and Why It Matters in 2020

Bush v. Gore and Why It Matters in 2020

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In the 2000 presidential election, results weren't known in one night, a week, or even a month. This week, we share an episode we loved from It's Been A Minute with Sam Sanders that revisits one of the most turbulent elections in U.S. history and what it could teach us as we wait for this election's outcome.


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