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4 September, 20:56

How do you understand the following quote: We are a movement of plain people, very weak in the manner and culture, intellectual support, and trained leadership. We are demanding, and we expect to win, a return of power into the hands of the everyday, not highly cultured, not overly intellectualized, but entirely unspoiled and not be-Americanized, average citizen of the old stock. Our members and leaders are all of this class - the opposition of the intellectuals and liberals who held the leadership, betrayed Americanism, and from whom we expect to wrest control, is almost automatic.

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  1. 4 September, 22:54
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    This is a political quote expressing conflict between the masses.

    Explanation:

    "A movement of plain people" - everyday citizens with something to say, yet we say it in many different ways. We demand a need for leadership and want control, so fighting for what we want is a must no matter how uncivilized the fight may be. This has nothing to do with intelligence because we all want control and think that we know best.
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