The ‘better angels’ under siege

By Suzanne Fields:

It’s sad and even a little shocking how the slogan “Make America Great Again” is interpreted in many quarters as “racist” because the “again” is taken as a reference to the time in America before the civil rights revolution. A slogan is always simplistic, but the sentiment caught on because it recalls America after World War II, when the nation had helped save the world from the brutal fascism, racism and virulently anti-Semitic Nazi Germany, and defeated an aggressive and ruthless Japan — and then rebuilt both.

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