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When urban riots and campus unrest erupted across the nation in the mid-1960s, the GOP made a powerful case for “law and order.” That no-nonsense message catapulted Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, and dozens of other Republicans into high public office.

Riding a wave of public revulsion against disorder, Reagan was elected governor of California in 1966, and in the more tumultuous year of 1968, Nixon won the White House. As Pat Buchanan chronicles in The Greatest Comeback: How Richard Nixon Rose from Defeat to Create the New Majority, the GOP picked up 47 seats in the House and 3 in the Senate in the 1966 midterms; in 1968, the party added another 5 seats in the House and 5 in the Senate.