Listen, Liberal, or, what ever happened to the party of the people? / Thomas Frank.
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- ISBN: 9781627795395
- ISBN: 1627795391
- Physical Description: 305 pages ; 22 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Metropolitan Books/Henry Holt and Company, 2016.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 259-292) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Introduction: Listen, Liberal -- Theory of the liberal class -- How capitalism got its groove back -- The economy, stupid -- Agents of change -- It takes a Democrat -- The hipster and the banker should be friends -- How the crisis went to waste -- The defects of a superior mind -- The Blue State model -- The innovation class -- Liberal gilt -- Conclusion: Trampling out the vineyard.
|Summary, etc.:|| "With his trademark sardonic wit and lacerating logic, Frank lays bare the essence of the Democratic Party's philosophy and how it has changed over the years. A form of corporate and cultural elitism has largely eclipsed the party's old working-class commitment, he finds. For certain favored groups, this has meant prosperity. But for the nation as a whole, it is a one-way ticket into the abyss of inequality. In this critical election year, Frank recalls the Democrats to their historic goals-the only way to reverse the ever-deepening rift between the rich and the poor in America"-- Provided by publisher.
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