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Anti-immigration attitudes: they didn’t want a bunch of Hungarian refugees coming in the 1950s

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In a post entitled “Not that complicated,” sociologist David Weakliem writes: A few days ago, an article in the New York Times by Amanda Taub said that working-class support for Donald Trump reflected a “crisis of white identity.” Today, Ross Douthat said that it reflected the “thinning out of families.” The basic idea in both was that “working class” (ie…
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