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Party Loyalties among working class Americans

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Ever since Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s New Deal, working class americans believed that the shift in party loyalties among working class americans represents the single most important political phenomenon of our times. In his new book, “The Inheritance,” Freedman profiles three working class american families who over the last several generations moved from Roosevelt to Reagan

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