Red States, Blue States, and the Coming Sharecropper Society By Stephen D. Cummings
Publisher: Algora Publishing 2008 | 232 Pages | ISBN: 0875866271; 9780875866277 | PDF | 1.5 MB
Conservative economic policy has created what investor Warren Buffett has called a Sharecropper Society, a quasi-vassal state indebted to foreign interests. This is the result of a conservative Red-state culture. The author contends that Democrats need to restore a liberal Blue-state culture which will deliver the country from its economic servitude. The book lays out the historical basis for doing that.
In addition, the author presents a statistical analysis of Red and Blue regions within states, showing how the local economic context influences voter priorities and uncovering the gaps between what they need and what they get.
Candidates have roughly nine seconds to get their message across to the average voter. This book gives coherent statements of Democratic and liberal values and encapsulates information, particularly economic and Democratic Party historical data, in a focused message.
The book provides a theoretical and philosophical basis from a historical and economic point of view to advance those ideas that were so successful for the Democratic Party from 1930 to 1964, and shows how the Democrats can become the majority party again.
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