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Fifty years of the Republican Party

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The result: the election of reactionary politicians who further. The vice president was Democrat Al Gore from January 3, until the inauguration of Republican Richard Cheney on January Then on Republican Senator Jim Jeffords of Vermont left the Republican Party to caucus with the Democrats as an independent, resulting in another shift of control.

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Still, as late asNew York’s Vito Marcantonio, perhaps the most leftist person to ever hold a seat in Congress, first ran in as a Republican before switching two years later to the American Labor Party.

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