It'll be worth a talk in class.
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There are the rails according to the author:
1 - The first guardrail to go missing was the old set of expectations about how a candidate for president of the United States should speak and act.
2 - The second broken guardrail is the expectation of some measure of trustworthiness in politicians.
3 - A third broken guardrail is the expectation that a potential president should possess deep—or at least adequate—knowledge of public affairs.
4 - he guardrail of ideology.
5 - he primacy of national security concerns.
6 - A deep belief in tolerance and non-discrimination for Americans of all faiths, creeds, and origins.
7 - Partisan identities have hardened.