Marcos Bretón

February 13, 2016 4:01 PM

Marcos Breton: Elections should inspire, not incite

What a difference eight years make in presidential politics

No denying that today’s candidates are drawing big crowds, eliciting passion

But outrage and resentment, not hope, seem to be defining themes of election season

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