At least one-third of the country seems fully prepared to vote for a right-wing candidate for President (30%-40% of Northern Democrats were for Wallace; 30-60% of Northern Republicans for Goldwater; maybe 60% of Southern whites for him). These people are frustrated, fed-up, and fearful—in part—of the new society into which we are moving, but much more so of the fact that we are moving but have not yet arrived: the fact that we stand on the threshold of major changes, need to make them, but have not yet done so.
They might like to keep the Negroes, the Russians, the poor “in their place”; they might like not to have racial integration, disarmament, leisure and education for the working class and income for the unemp...
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