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What are the two most common forms of direct primaries? A. open and closed B. internal and external C. silent and closed D. public and private
Open and closed are the most common forms of direct primaries.
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Open and closed are the most common forms of direct primaries.
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Rutherford B. Hayes eventually won the presidential election of 1876.

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