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Published on: April 19, 2015
Elections in the UK
French Lessons

A lasting legacy for a minor party may not always come through the holding of power, but by how successfully it forces a major party to alter course. That is likely to be UKIP’s contribution to history.

Richard Aldous, the Eugene Meyer Professor of British History and Literature at Bard College, hosts The American Interest’s weekly podcast. His many books include Reagan and Thatcher and The Lion and the Unicorn: Gladstone vs. Disraeli.
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