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Who will win the Republican and Democratic nominations is still anyone's guess, but the Iowa caucus voters defined three themes that are likely to roll through the rest of this year's campaign: alienation, disruption and resilience.Foreign fears of an American implosion should diminish, too: The likelihood that the bombastic Donald Trump will emerge as the winner – which a week ago provoked gasps, quite literally, from European friends of the U.S. – now looks a little less likely.That's the message of Bernie Sanders' success in battling Hillary Clinton to a near draw in the Democratic caucus. And it's a mistake to think that if only Clinton, or Marco Rubio on the Republican side, could package mainstream politics better, the country would get on board. Another obvious post-Iowa lesson is that Clinton is going to have to become a better candidate.No, what Clinton really must do now is engage the economic issues that animate the alienated Sanders, Cruz and Trump voters.
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