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Will the Results of the Democratic Primaries Hinge on the Question: Can there be Leadership, without Trust?

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The linked article’s concluding paragraph starts with the following sentence: If Americans do not trust their leader, then there is no leadership.


A comparison of the two front-runners in the Democratic primaries follows: 


A July 2015 Quinnipiac University Poll focusing on Colorado, Iowa and Virginia voters reported that one of the two cannot be trusted by: 62 percent of Colorado voters, 59 % in Iowa, and 55 % in Virginia, while the other 24 percent in Colorado, 20 % of Iowans, and 17 % of Virginians.


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On consistency the most distrusted is a notorious flip flopper, while the least distrusted one’s 1992 address to Congress could easily be a campaign speech in 2015.


Since Americans love accountability, which one of the two frontrunners in the Democratic primaries will reign in the 1 percent and to bring accountability to American capitalism?

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