Michael Flamm

Ohio Wesleyan University

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Professor of History at Ohio Wesleyan University and author of a book on the politics of Law and Order in the 1960s

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In the wake of the shootings of police officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge, Donald Trump has been calling himself “the law and order candidate.”

Trump, the ‘law and order’ candidate

In the wake of the shootings of police officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge, Donald Trump has been calling himself “the law and order candidate.”

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