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- In his 1935 novel, "It Can't Happen Here," Sinclair Lewis (America's first winner of the Nobel Prize for literature) writes of a fascist, Berzelius Windrip, being elected as president of the United States.
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- Adapted for the stage by Lewis and John C.
- The Depression-Era Novel That Saw Trump Coming
- Lewis describes how the incumbent Franklin Delano Roosevelt is rejected by the Democratic Party in favour of Senator Berzelius "Buzz" Windrip. FDR has to run as a third-party candidate against the demagogic Windrip and a reasonable Republican.
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- Berzelius “Buzz” Windrip — “an inspired guesser at what political doctrines the people would like” — imposes fascism on America.
- The Peccadillo Theater to Stage Reading of Sinclair Lewis' IT CAN'T HAPPEN HERE
- Set in a small town in Vermont, IT CAN'T HAPPEN HERE takes place under the rule of Berzelius "Buzz" Windrip, a power-hungry demagogue who wins the presidency portraying himself as a champion of traditional values and promising to restore the country ...
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