December 06, 2002
Why I Could Not Be a Republican, Part III

Nathan Newman writes:

...How about more proof that the rightwing hasn't changed a bit, just whitewashing the past to cover their crimes? Here's the National Review's tribute to Strom Thurmond at

"[Strom Thurmond] opposed the liberal civil-rights movement because it sought to force radical change. He opposed not its goals, but its tactics . . . It forsook the legislative route of state legislatures and ordered, measured, consensual change for the heavy, centralized hand of the federal government and the courts."

Yep-- the same magazine that advocated stripping blacks of the vote in the South dares to condemn the civil rights movement for not pursuing change in those racist states...

Posted by DeLong at December 06, 2002 02:26 PM | Trackback

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