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Racial Resentment As A Political Strategy

Racial Resentment As A Political Strategy

Update: 2019-07-2213
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The podcast crew discusses the role that racial resentment played in the 2016 and 2018 elections and debates whether Trump could use it to his advantage in 2020.
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Gary Ralph

When will you be willing to admit that even the minorities preferred Trump in 2016? When will you cease your incessant attempt to describe his popularity in terms of racism and simply look at the fact all of them not just the ones you want to look at? Finally, the end what will you do when having finally changed the Cosmetic appearance of the United States to a blend of colors that more suits your sensibilities you find that irrationally according to your standards a large number of people are still voting against your socialist ideas?

Jul 24th
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Alex Diviney

#YangGang

Jul 23rd
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km

Yang is not playing identity politics. He will be able to build the broadest coalition of anyone in this democratic field.

Jul 23rd
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Racial Resentment As A Political Strategy

Racial Resentment As A Political Strategy

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