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Monday, January 16, 2017

Victor Davis Hanson puts the Trump Election and America's Divide into a broader context

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...in his recent CITY JOURNAL article.

An excerpt:

"In sum, Donald Trump captured the twenty-first-century malaise of a rural America left behind by globalized coastal elites and largely ignored by the establishments of both political parties. Central to Trump’s electoral success, too, were age-old rural habits and values that tend to make the interior broadly conservative. That a New York billionaire almost alone grasped how red-state America truly thought, talked, and acted, and adjusted his message and style accordingly, will remain one of the astonishing ironies of American political history."

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