As Tuesday’s Iowa caucuses near, more and more people are grumbling about the oversize role the state plays in picking presidential candidates. “The entire country is essentially coming to a halt to watch what 120,000 idiosyncratic voters in an idiosyncratic state do,” columnist Matt Miller complained. “This is like letting a single small city play a pivotal role in the selection of our next president.” It’s not just the puny size of Iowa’s electorate that bothers Miller. “The far-right tilt of this band of atypical Americans forces Republican candidates to disavow ideas that might make them attractive leaders to the rest of us,” he said.
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