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That wouldn't work. The side that has more parties with similar views would lose because they split their votes among them.
the majority of americans think there are only two parties
Why, so the radicals would vote for their own party, and the country would be even further divided?
>implying the current parties aren't nearing radical themselves
No. Do you even read Cracked?
The large parties create more moderation.
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large parties create more moderation among individuals, but while it does move some extremists more towards the center, by the same token it moves centralists (of which there are more) farther left or right.
I wouldn't agree.
it's strictly definition. To bring more moderation would mean to create a center (we both know neither party are centralists) somewhere in the spectrum. Some population has to be to either side of it, so when they vote for one of two parties they are moving farther right or left than they actually agree with. Simply by definition it moves people to more extremes than they would normally choose
Which are balanced out by forcing the extremists to vote more center.
They're voters that matter too.
This country is all about compromise.
There are more parties, just none of them are nearly as popular.
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