Pat Buchanan on Corporations

2000 Reform Candidate for President


1995: America First's enemies are Wall Street & the bankers

On Monday, March 20, 1995, Patrick J. Buchannan, the columnist and television commentator, appeared in NH before 200 supporters to declare he would run for president.

As he laid out his message, he made it crystal clear he was pointing his rhetorical missiles at both Democrats and Republicans. He would make "America first" again, he said, criticizing a weakened defense system and trade deals which he called the "sellout of the American workers. "The enemies were Wall Street and the bankers, the politically correct liberals who favored permissiveness in schools and the rewriting of history to "defile America's past."

Source: The Choice, by Bob Woodward, p.146 , Nov 1, 2005

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