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OBAMA WORKING CLASS
Why Working People Don't Like Democrats
Paul A. London
President, Paul A. London and Associates
White middle class Americans, especially men, just don't like Democrats anymore. To reach these disaffected people, Democratic "plans" for the economy have to speak to their grievances.
Broken Promises of the Obama Administration
Senior Fellow, Georgetown Public Policy Institute
President Obama's unwillingness to support programs aimed at assisting poor and working class people in a time of recession is tragic, especially after his campaign rhetoric to address social and economic justice issues.
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Obama And The Midwestern Color Line
Trampling Working-Class Voters with the Professional Ideal
Newspaper columnist, radio host (AM760), bestselling author
What Democrats are really asserting is that they believe Americans see factory, small-business, and agriculture jobs as merely a means to a white-collar professional ends.
Obama On Beer-Drinking Question: 'Come On, Man'
What Oregon Says About America
Associate professor of political science, University of Oregon
Oregon is a working class state, and the results show that people of any racial and class background have the capacity to vote their concerns, interests, and beliefs in terms other than race.
How Oregon Could Help Obama Defy "White Working Class" Problem
Before Bitter-Gate: What Obama Said Hours Earlier About Guns
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Obama Struggles With Working Class Whites, Dems Emotionally Divided
Obama Strategist: Don't Worry, Dems Usually Lose White Working Class
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