The Iowa caucuses: An accident of historyBreaking News
tags: election 2016
Politics and history work in mysterious ways.
Take the Iowa caucuses, for example.
Come Monday night, residents of Iowa will cast the very first votes of the 2016 presidential election — a power bequeathed them by a Democratic delegate rules fight from the 1960s and the ambitions of an up-and-coming politician named Jimmy Carter in 1976.
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