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The Trump Phenomenon Cracked Open

October 14, 2016 Posted by Jay Livingston The best social/cultural/political explanation that I have read of the continued support for Trump is at Cracked. Yes, Cracked. By David Wong. Here’s the opening. (Click for a larger view.) It’s long for a blog post – two full screens – but worth reading. [HT: Melanie Allen]
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