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Testbed for lack of styling on HTML elements

Let's start with a Cards module.

How about a Call to Action module?

This Is Not Rocket Science.

For example, paragraphs would typically have the following, with no other selectors adding specificity:

p {
 margin: 1em 0;

Blockquotes should have some sort of default styling applied to them, globally, so that if and when they get used in a WYSIWYG—any WYSIWYG—they will be styled appropriately.

This is the start of another paragraph in this CTA module. Any differentiation between this and what's above?

This is an <H2>. Why is there no styling?

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