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To a British observer, the pyschology of American voters can seem at times, baffling. In the impoverished areas of the UK the dominant parties have always been, and continue to be with a few minor exceptions the parties of the left, with the Labour Party by far the most dominant of these. However, the situation accross the Atlantic could not be further removed from this British scenario, with Thomas Frank explaining how in poor rural areas accross the heartland millions of Americans are rejecting the ideas of the left, and siding with that bastion of right wing power, the Republican party.
Frank explains how, in affect the Democrats rejection of the language of class and equality during… Read more