Early in the 18th century a group of farmers in North Carolina established a political identity for themselves that has become the ideology of today’s Red State voters. They were the Regulators of Orange County. They would be known today as values voters espousing the political orthodoxy of the rural and suburban middle class. They fought the corrupt elite as well as the ruffians who were not being properly restrained by the government.
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