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Why the Democrats Are Blue: Secular Liberalism and the Decline of the People’s Party

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Why the Democrats are Blue argues that secular, educated elites, using a commission created at the 1968 convention in Chicago and later chaired by Senator George McGovern, took the Democratic Party away from working class and religious Democrats. This quiet revolution helps explain why six of the last nine Democratic presidential candidates have lost.
Hardcover, 350 pages
Published October 18th 2007 by Encounter Books
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