Watching politicians try to humanize themselves through beloved popular music is a bit like an immovable object meeting an unstoppable force. No matter how hard the campaign tries to make them work together, they just don’t. At best, politicians open themselves up to lyrical interpretations anathema to their message. At worst, they inadvertently end up […]
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