A Blurring of Lines In The Populist vs. Capitalist Debate

by news on January 12, 2012

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A Blurring Of Lines In The Populist vs. Capitalist Debate 

John Harwood/New York Times: Mr. Romney has reached out to such working-class Republicans by promising a crackdown on China’s trade practices and a tough stance against illegal immigration. He didn’t mention either in Tuesday night’s speech. But he did offer a cultural appeal reminiscent of the way another Republican patrician, George Bush, used symbols like the American flag to make patriotism a wedge issue in his 1988 presidential campaign.

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