It's the Middle Class, Stupid!

ISBN-10: 0142196959

ISBN-13: 9780142196953

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Description: Government has really screwed things up for the average American. Work has been devalued. Education costs are out of sight. Effort and ambition have never been so scantily rewarded. Political guru James Carville and pollster extraordinaire Stan Greenberg argue that our political parties must admit their failures and the electorate must reclaim its voice, because taking on the wealthy and privileged is not class warfare—it is a matter of survival.Told in the alternating voices of these two top political strategists,It’s the Middle Class, Stupid!provides eye-opening, outspoken, and provocative arguments on where our government has gone wrong and what Americans can do about it before it’s too late.

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Book details

List price: $16.00
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 1/30/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.550
Language: English

James Carville was born in Carville, Louisiana on October 25, 1944. He received his undergraduate and J.D. degrees from Louisiana State University. He worked as a political consultant on the successful gubernatorial campaigns of Robert Casey of Pennsylvania in 1986 and Zell Miller of Georgia in 1990. He was the lead strategist of the successful presidential campaign of then-Arkansas governor Bill Clinton. He also worked on a number of foreign campaigns. He is the author of several books including All's Fair: Love, War, and Running for President and Love and War: Twenty Years, Three Presidents, Two Daughters and One Louisiana Home both written with his wife Mary Matalin.

Introduction
We are Writing this Book Because we Failed and That's not Good Enough
Who's Middle Class After All?
The Middle Class: Isn't it the Engine of America?
What's Happened Over the Last Three Decades, and Now
How George W. Bush Made Everything Worse
The Attack on Higher Education
For-Profit Colleges
"A 'Second Opinion' on the Economic Health of the American Middle Class"; or, the Fog Machine and the Denial of all their Problems
It's Not Easy Being Rich
Smarter Than You Think: The Financial Crisis
Smarter Than You Think? Then What About Keynes?
Smarter Than You Think? Corrupted Government
Lost Republic
The Elites Deplore Class Warfare, But What About the Voters?
The Disaster of 2010
When All Is Said and Done, There's a Lot Better Chance the Middle Class Will See Better Times When a Democrat is President
Why Do You Feel Better About 2012? Because We Have a Story to Tell
Honoring Stay-at-Home Moms
Paul Ryan Has the Answer
Ayn Rand and Paul Ryan
The Strange Story of Food Stamps
And Do You Think You Can Really Do Something About It? Sure Do
Getting Real: Unplug the Climate-Change Fog Machine
The Elite Consensus on Entitlements and Deficits
Renegotiating Terms
Stan's Letter to Tom Friedman
Let's Get Serious About What Really Matters: Health Care
Doing Something About It: Numbers
America: 1?
Triumph Over Political Dysfunction
Acknowledgments
Notes
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