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Having described Donald Trump as an unacceptable, unconservative, dangerous demagogue, the party establishment appears to be making its peace with the man who keeps winning primaries.So do John McCain and Paul Ryan, who has taken the rare step of intervening in the campaign three times to reprimand Trump for his ideas and rhetoric.Indeed, there is currently just one Republican senator who has committed to not voting for Trump.Goldwater, on the other hand, opposed the Supreme Court's 1954 decision to integrate schools in Brown vs. Board of Education and the 1964 Civil Rights act. A hundred years of Republican work on these issues would be thrown away, the moderates felt, were they to nominate Goldwater.Most generally agree that 1932 was one, bringing together Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal coalition of northern liberals, urban ethnics, and Southern whites to form a Democratic majority. Key actually sees 1928 as the critical election, because it foreshadowed the 1932 coalition.
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