Movie Review of Primary Colors in Regards to Presidential Campaigns and Eelections
In 1972, the nation was shocked to learn that their elected president, Richard Nixon, was scheming to win re-election. The Committee to Re-Elect the President had men break into an opponent's hotel and set-up bugging devices to track their tactics and dealings. Worse, however, was the news that the President, having denied involvement, had tried to secretly divert investigators of the break-in. It was seen as deception, lies and betrayal to the public.
Suddenly a nation of people who had fought for their country and stood behind their president became faithless of their system and political leaders. With one man, the word politician brought on a dirty connotation: manipulation, greed, self-service. Now, thirty years later, the nation has still not recovered. In fact, an entire industry has risen in the media and between rival partisan groups to prove the opponent as a "dirty crook," to prove him to be like Nixon, like everyone else--mortal.
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