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