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        Pat Buchanan | The Contenders - 16 for '16

        Pat Buchanan performed well in the early primaries, particularly New Hampshire. This earned him the role of keynote speaker at the 1992 Republic National Convention. Buchanan's speech, dubbed the "Culture War Speech," argued that the Clintons where staining the American cultural fabric. This would serve as a general prelude to American politics in the 1990s.

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        Pat Buchanan: Interactive Timeline

        Click the image to use the interactive timeline for information on the politics of Pat Buchanan, his "Culture War," and how he led a GOP revolt long before Donald Trump.

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        Pat Buchanan: Pat Buchanan and the Far Right

        Learn more about why Pat Buchanan threw his hat into the ring in this clip from "The Contenders."

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        Pat Buchanan: Pat Buchanan and the Culture War

        Learn more about Pat Buchanan's infamous "Culture War" speech at the 1992 Republican National Convention in this clip from "The Contenders."

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        Pat Buchanan: Pat Buchanan and his Followers

        Learn more about the demographics of Pat Buchanan's supporters during his various runs for the presidency, in this clip from "The Contenders."

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