In 1964, the Democratic National Committee put out a campaign ad attacking Republican nominee Barry Goldwater. To some, the ad feels like it could have been filmed yesterday: the over fifty-year-old concerns about running a scary iconoclast are the same concerns now about Donald Trump.

This campaign ad from the 1960's is going viral

This "Confessions of a Republican" ad from the 1964 presidential election is going viral, thanks to its uncanny relevance to the 2016 presidential election.

Posted by Quartz on Tuesday, March 8, 2016
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Plus, even sixties-style glasses are back in vogue.

The man featured in the video is an actor hired by the Lyndon B. Johnson campaign, but although it was staged, it still struck a chord. LBJ went on the win the election with one of the biggest landslides in history.

Here are some of the more striking déjà vu points the Republican character makes about Barry Goldwater:

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Sources: h/t Quartz