If I've blogged it, I usually remember it.
(Coming down with Old Timers' disease? Start a blog!)
This, for example, came from a now-ancient (2004) post at DANEgerus blog:
.... John Edwards's claim that we are "two Americas" echoes a speech given by James P. Cannon to the 1948 convention of the Socialist Workers Party, a Trotskyite outfit:
"... there are two Americas -- and millions of the people already distinguish between them.
One is the America of the imperialists--of the little clique of capitalists, landlords, and militarists who are threatening and terrifying the world. This is the America the people of the world hate and fear.
There is the other America--the America of the workers and farmers and the "little people." They constitute the great majority of the people. They do the work of the country. They revere its old democratic traditions--its old record of friendship for the people of other lands, in their struggles against kings and despots--its generous asylum once freely granted to the oppressed.
This is the America which must and will solve the world crisis--by taking power out of the hands of the little clique of exploiters and parasites, and establishing a government of workers and farmers. The workers' and farmers' government will immediately proceed to change things fundamentally --
Times change, and with them our view(s) of the country's divisions. Today we are divided every which way but the most significant division into two Americas, I believe, lies in the gargantuan gulf between the America that has more questions about Beyonce than about Benghazi... and the America I live in.