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Up above the main title, you may notice the words “Volume II.” That’s correct, and you really should read the whole series, but I picked this volume because I consider it particularly applicable in a “history doesn’t repeat itself but it often rhymes” kind of way. I almost picked Volume I because it includes a likely rhyming situation (in 1872, Horace Greeley ran as the candidate of the Liberal Republican Party against the sitting Republican president, Ulysses S. Grant). But the fascination with populism seems like a more over-arching historical rhyme, so Volume II it is. But again, read all of them. Darcy Richardson is to the history of “third parties” as Shelby Foote is to the history of the Civil War. He misses few details and keeps it fascinating.

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