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Dec 9, 2013, Vol. 19, No. 13 • By THE SCRAPBOOK
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"If today’s extremist rhetoric sounds familiar, that’s because it is eerily, poignantly similar to the vitriol aimed squarely at John F. Kennedy during his presidency. And just like today, Texans were leading what some of them saw as a moral crusade. To find the very roots of the paranoid right of 2013, just go back to downtown Dallas in 1963, back to the months before the Kennedy assassination. It was where and when a deeply angry .  .  .” (Bill Minutaglio, Washington Post, November 21).

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