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It’s the Middle Class, Stupid!

It's the Middle Class, Stupid! by James Carville and Stan Greenberg
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Jan 30, 2013 | 352 Pages
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“James Carville and Stan Greenberg have written one of the finest—and most eye-opening—examinations of how our economy, even when it’s growing, doesn’t increase the incomes of middle class Americans or give poor working people the chance to earn them.  Unless it can be reversed, this trend will limit the future for all Americans.  Carville and Greenberg have some good ideas about how to do that and restore the American Dream, making It’s the Middle Class, Stupid! essential reading for politicians, policy-makers, and concerned citizens.” –President Bill Clinton

“A wonderful takedown of how the middle class has been left feeling betrayed and screwed over by both political parties.” —Huffington Post

“A recipe for President Barack Obama’s re-election….very timely…impressive.” –Associated Press

“Democrats and Republicans alike in the elite and political class should pay heed: these pages contain more than a little truth.” –National Journal

“Top-gun political strategist, ever controversial Ragin’ Cajun James Carville and pollster nonpareil Stan Greenberg deliver the message that could keep Obama in office: It’s The Middle Class, Stupid! But class warfare isn’t the answer (nuts!); it’s for both parties to admit their failures and for regular people to get involved in taking back their country from bigwigs in Wall Street and Washington.” —Elissa Schappel, Vanity Fair

“For political junkies who junkies who enjoy straight-talk policy discussion.” —Kirkus

“Political guru James Carville and savvy pollster Stan Greenberg team up for a presidential campaign-oriented book that will be part of the media circus surrounding the election.” —Booklist

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