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[...] for most of the twentieth century, while the GOP was usually more conservative, especially on economic issues, than the Democrats, there was a great deal of ideological diversity within the two major parties. The Republican Party also had a liberal wing, just as the Democrats had a conservative wing.


[...] the GOP of the 1950s and 1960s often had a stronger civil rights record than the Democrats, because the Dems still had a large Southern component.

Into the 1960s, the Republicans often were stronger on civil liberties than Democrats as well. [...]

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—p.25 From Margins to Mainstream (23) by Doug Henwood 5¬†years, 10¬†months ago