What Is Ron Paul's Endgame?

In his New Hampshire concession speech, Ron Paul sounded like a man who knew he wasn't going to get the Republican presidential nomination. But he also sounded like a man who didn't plan to throw in the towel anytime soon. So what does he expect to accomplish by persisting? In this week's The Week in Blog, Bill Scher and Matt Lewis ponder the question:

Feel free to air your own theories below.

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Robert Wright is the author of The Evolution of God and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. He is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

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