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Why the U.S. Only Has Two Major Political Parties

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Two huge parties dominate politics in America and it's basically been that way since before the Civil War. But, why does everything revolve around just Republicans and Democrats? Why can't a third party ever seem to break into elections? NBC News' Lawrence Jackson breaks it all down.