Thirty Years Later, Pat Buchanan's Culture War Speech Still Resonates
The culture war changed, but the Houston address still matters
In the latest print edition of The Spectator, my piece is on the thirty year anniversary of Pat Buchanan’s Culture War speech. An excerpt:
It was a relatively cool 85 degrees in Houston on the August evening thirty years ago when Republicans gathered at the Astrodome to renominate George H.W. Bush for the 1992 presidential election. The opening session’s…
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