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An opportunity to survey the attitudes of latchkey kids vs non-latchkey kids who were the bulk of younger voters who have been conditioned to accept or tolerate lower standards of morality than their elders after decades of Hollywood-fed films, and decades of hopelessness fed by outsourced futures?
It isn't incidental, it's a movement against self interest that most consider tolerable, not intolerable. It's the fear because it's still the economy, stupid!
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