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The Nunes Memo And The Right's Long Campaign To Declare Its Critics Invalid By Definition

In November 1981, President Reagan's controversial interior secretary, James Watt, said this: I never use the words Democrats and Republicans. It's liberals and Americans. Over the past few decades, that's been a subtext -- and sometimes the main text -- of a great deal of conservative argumentation. Liberals and Democrats simply aren't American. They aren't trustworthy.
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