In all seriousness, I do wonder how many voters are starting to feel that 20 years of Bushes and Clintons has been enough. A day after Mrs. Tsongas’s victory, we hardly need reminding that a famous political name is generally an asset to a candidate. But is there an inflection point where voters who gravitate toward familiar names begin to be outnumbered by voters who are sick of seeing the same families running the country indefinitely?
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