For observers of the U.S. Congress, the inability of Republicans to unite behind a candidate for speaker has been by turn fascinating, exasperating, and frightening. When and if a candidate is finally chosen, Republicans will breathe a sigh of relief, as will many commentators. The real crisis, however, will have just begun. [excerpt]
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Weise, Charles, and Bruce Larson. "A Way Around the Divided House Majority." Real Clear Politics (October 16, 2015).
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