Did former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg just take a page out of the playbook of Sen. Ed Muskie from half a century ago?

In his first off-year election in 1970, President Richard Nixon ran a tough attack campaign to hold the 52 House seats the GOP had added in '66 and '68, and to pick up a few more seats in the Senate. 

The issue: law and order. The targets: the "radical liberals." 

In that campaign's final hours, Muskie delivered a statesmanlike address from Cape Elizabeth, Maine, excoriating the "unprecedented volume" of "name-calling" and "deceptions" from the "highest offices in the land."
Source: Creators

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