With both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton showing high unfavorable numbers in the latest polls, will that translate into greater interest in a third-party candidate? Ron Rapoport, a professor at William & Mary College and an expert on third parties, offers his analysis.
Regardless of whether Clinton makes it to the White House this year, Jay Newton-Small, a correspondent for Time magazine and an author of a new book on the subject — says that women in politics are already showing increasing influence and power, despite numbers in Congress that hardly reflect their population.
And Ben Barnes, a former lieutenant governor of Texas, shares his memories about Lloyd Bentsen, the longtime Democratic senator, vice presidential nominee and Clinton Treasury secretary, who died ten years ago this week.
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