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From: B i l l C o c k b u r n <bcockburn@cogeco.ca>
Subject: Trump Won Because Leftist Political Correctness Inspired a TerrifyingBacklash
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From: "B i l l C o c k b u r n" <bcockburn@cogeco.ca>
Subject: Trump Won Because Leftist Political Correctness Inspired a Terrifying
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Many will say Trump won because he successfully capitalized on 
blue collar workers' anxieties about immigration and 
globalization. Others will say he won because America rejected a 
deeply unpopular alternative. Still others will say the country 
is simply racist to its core.

But there's another major piece of the puzzle, and it would be a 
profound mistake to overlook it. Overlooking it was largely the 
problem, in the first place.

Trump won because of a cultural issue that flies under the radar 
and remains stubbornly difficult to define, but is nevertheless 
hugely important to a great number of Americans: political 

More specifically, Trump won because he convinced a great number 
of Americans that he would destroy political correctness.

I have tried to call attention to this issue for years. I have 
warned that political correctness actually is a problem on 
college campuses, where the far-left has gained institutional 
power and used it to punish people for saying or thinking the 
wrong thing. And ever since Donald Trump became a serious threat 
to win the GOP presidential primaries, I have warned that a lot 
of people, both on campus and off it, were furious about