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Perhaps you thought it was a ‘new’ tactic to give the masses just one more reason to revolt?…
But, no, this HAS been done before. .. as you can see from the advert above that was run in the March, 1968 Issue of the Los Angeles Free Press.
And then there was that time when it was revealed that a candidate had gone to psychiatric counseling. And that another might be listening to a wife who, in turn, was listening to an astrologer… how crazy was that?
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…THIS column is awaiting a (your) cogent, comparative view of how we, as a society, have progressed (or not) from the report given on the left. Are we at the Tipping Point of the societal shift that the LA Free Press helped to establish more than 50 years ago?
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