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Move Gains Momentum in Western States for Return to 4-Party System

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A growing movement in the western United States is calling for a return to the four-party political system that existed prior to the Civil War.

The movement, which is being led by a group of politicians and political activists, argues that the two-party system has led to gridlock and stagnation in the federal government. They believe that a four-party system would allow for a more diverse range of voices and ideas, and lead to more productive government.

So far, the movement has gained the most traction in California, Oregon, and Washington, where a number of politicians have expressed support for the idea. There is also some support for the idea in other western states, such as Arizona and Nevada.

“We are seeing a groundswell of support for a return to the four-party system in the Western states,” said an anonymous politician. “People are tired of the two-party system and they want more choices.”

The movement faces significant opposition from the two major political parties, as well as from many political commentators and pundits. However, the movement has been gaining momentum in recent years, and it remains to be seen whether it will be successful in its goal of returning the United States to a four-party system.

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