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Yeah, the parties are going to have things they agree on. The question is how much is that agreement out of line with what the citizenry want, or at least, what they think they want until the consequences of wanting that is rammed home by reality.

> Both parties broadly promote global US military and economic supremacy (unipolarity)

They seem to be doing a pretty bad job of preventing the rise of China as a second pole.

I never said they were good at it.

It doesn't mean that advocating for multipolarity isn't a political dead end in the US. Both parties are against it.

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