1980 All Over Again? In Search of the Right Analogy for the 2020 Election Share This

Rob Atkinson | Mar 01, 2021 | Democrats

To make sense of the unprecedented presidential election we’ve just been through, pundits have analogized it to past elections: 1896, because of conflict between agrarian (Bryan) and urban (McKinley) interests; 1908, because of the historic rate of turnout; 1920, with Warren Harding promising a return to normalcy; 1968, because of the violent demonstrations; and many […]

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