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by Patrick J. Buchanan - September 1991 In erecting America's gargantuan welfare state, its architects and enthusiasts followed a familiar and perfected pattern. First, a gaping social wound would be discovered - poor black folks suddenly without quality food in some county in Mississippi. Via tv, the "crisis" was nationalized, and the nation shamed: "In…

In erecting America’s gargantuan welfare state, its architects and enthusiasts followed a familiar and perfected pattern.

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