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COLUMNIST DAVID BRODER: Dash of Reaganism can enliven tea party

Published 07/11/2010

Conservative populism had an unsuccessful trial run in 1964 under Barry Goldwater but did not flourish until Ronald Reagan took on the Washington establishment in 1980. The differences between them were significant.

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