Tried to do on a smaller scale what Mark Sanford will need to do on a much larger one: unite right-leaning small government types whose foreign-policy views range from noninterventionism to some form of Jacksonian hawkishness, if not neoconservatism. In the beginning, it looked like he’d be relatively successful. Ultimately, he was not. Though obviously some of Barr’s problems had to do with personal dynamics between him and Ron Paul.
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