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Obama, Reagan, and Huey Long: What has really changed in American Politics?
Posted on March 5, 2012 by lawrence serewicz
In his vote-harvesting season, it is important to reflect on the American political past to understand what has changed and what needs to be changed. What connects these three men does not seem as obvious at first. Reagan and Obama … Continue reading →
Posted in Government, occupy wall street, public sector, republicanism, statesmanship | Tagged Barack Obama, franklin delano roosevelt, Huey Long, populism, Ronald Reagan, Share Our Wealth, social welfare, United States | Comments Off on Obama, Reagan, and Huey Long: What has really changed in American Politics?