Once, Talk of an Enemies List Was Shocking

Posted on AllSides November 2nd, 2015
From The Center

Now candidates openly speak of being proud of the enemies they’ve made. When Richard Nix­on’s secret “en­emies list” was dis­closed in the Wa­ter­gate hear­ings in 1973, the coun­try was hor­ri­fied to learn that the White House was look­ing for ways “to screw our polit­ic­al en­emies.” It led dir­ectly to the second art­icle of im­peach­ment against the pres­id­ent. Forty-two years later, when five Demo­crat­ic can­did­ates de­bat­ing in Las Ve­gas were only too happy to boast of their own lists of en­emies, the coun­try yawned.

This was des­pite the breath­tak­ing es­cal­a­tion...

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