Trump’s Appeal to White Anger Echoes Campaigns of George WallaceBy
In '60s and '70s, underestimated Wallace won many primaries
Using code words, he drew on resentments of class and race
Almost five decades before Donald Trump’s campaign events turned violent, fists and folding chairs flew at rallies for another U.S. presidential candidate riding a wave of populist rage and dismissed by party elders and pundits.
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