SOURCE: The Atlantic
by Nicole Hemmer
Although he ran as an independent, Ross Perot's 1992 presidential campaign raised questions about how the Republican Party would position itself in the post cold-war world. That same year, Pat Buchanan started to provide answers.
by William Kertzman
Third parties can temporarily capture the public if they meet a moment of discontent with resources and a compelling personality; building for the long-term is something very different.
Ross Perot, the self-made Texas billionaire and one of the most successful third-party presidential candidates in U.S. history, died on Tuesday. He was 89.
by Ronald L. Feinman
By comparing him with Ross Perot and George Wallace we can better understand what he represents.
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