How Bush’s 1988 Campaign Ushered in a New Era of Racial Politics | NYT News
How Bush’s 1988 Campaign Ushered in a New Era of Racial Politics | NYT News Bush and Dukakis on Prime by George HW Bush’s supporters for the 1988 presidential campaign is Infamous for stoking racial fears in an attack against his Democratic opponent. Michael Dukakis one was Willie Horton 19 X, the 30-second ad, with Angel painting Dukakis as weak on crime, and it use photos of Horton in a way that played into racist stereotypes linking crime and black men. Critics day. It encourage race-based politics we’re going to have black rapist running a muck in the country right this plane to White fears about black crime. The Bush campaign denied any involvement in the ad, but later are they related? One shuttles to first-degree murder is not eligible for a common practice at the time where inmates were allowed out of prison to visit family. It was the same program that gave Horton his so-called weekend pass the effects of his political tactic by the Bush campaign lejon for years to come when Bill Clinton took office, he took a similar tough-on-crime approach. Praying on the innocent is clear. We mean to put you out of business politics that we continue to see today a week before the 2018 midterm election President Trump team, the sad falsely connecting crime to Mexican immigrants years are the legacy of the Horton ad lives on An attack ad made by George Bush’s supporters for his 1988 presidential campaign is infamous for stoking racial fears. The ad served as a precursor to the racially charged politics of today.
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