'Downton Abbey' and the 2016 campaign have a lot in common. Seriously.
The crumbling of a long-dominant political order in the face of a populist assault can be a riveting spectacle. And as savvy television executives have learned, it can also make for excellent ratings, whether that class conflict occurs on cable networks covering the 2016 presidential campaign — or o...
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