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What is the most probable trend in future party domination of the U.S. presidency? a. Democrats will be elected as the next three presidents. c. The presidency will go back and forth between the two
parties. b. Republicans will be elected as the next 3 presidents. d. The presidency will be won by a minor party candidate.
What is the most probable trend in future party domination of the U.S. presidency? c. The presidency will go back and forth between the two parties.
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