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DerJeffer 11 points ago +11 / -0

In 1926, President Calvin Coolidge gave a speech that laid it all out. At that time, "progressivism" had become a breeze, and it had drawn strength (to blow as a wind) from the Bolshevik revolution as it prevailed in the post WWI Soviet takeover of Russia. Coolidge laid progressivism RAW with savage simplicity in this, his address on 5 July wherein he 'splained in Philiadelphia the "Inspiration of the Declaration of Independence."


Read it for yourselves. After all, it's YOUR nation's HISTORY.