While the Bushes have proven loyal to the GOP, they have also extracted a potent price for that loyalty. The Bush family has garnered a great deal of wealth and power, all of which is almost entirely at home in the electoral mainstream. Presidential elections themselves, which are still held largely in the swing states Bush grew up with, are the only chance we have to choose the nation's future leaders. But in a country beset by economic uncertainty and angry with what America has become, voters have been alienated from the governing party and its likely next nominee, even as they hanker for the kind of politician who is ready to use the full force of the state to the benefit of the elite. And the elite are not amused. As the Bushes have risen, the Republican Party has fallen deeper into corruption and scandal. The prospect of Jeb Bush returning to the White House enlists the family's anointment of its successor, and it's the kind of role that makes the Bushes quite possibly the ideal dynasty for an enraged populist age.
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