Like this:

Nicely put:

The conservative writer David Frum said Mr. Beck’s success “is a product of the collapse of conservatism as an organized political force, and the rise of conservatism as an alienated cultural sensibility.”“It’s a show for people who feel they belong to an embattled minority that is disenfranchised and cut off,” he said.

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