White Rural Rage PDF by Tom Schaller & Paul Waldman

White Rural Rage PDF by Tom Schaller & Paul Waldman

White Rural Rage: A Book

Download the book White Rural Rage PDF, written by authors Tom Schaller & Paul Waldman and published by Random House on February 27, 2024, in both PDF and ePUB formats, comprising 320 pages.

Title:White Rural Rage
Author:Tom Schaller & Paul Waldman
Publication:Random House
Publication date:February 27, 2024
Total Pages:320
Document type:PDF
File Size:5 MB
White Rural Rage by Tom Schaller & Paul Waldman book information.

About the book

White rural voters hold the greatest electoral sway of any demographic group in the United States, yet rural communities suffer from poor healthcare access, failing infrastructure, and severe manufacturing and farming job losses. Rural voters believe our nation has betrayed them, and to some degree, they’re right. In White Rural Rage, Tom Schaller and Paul Waldman explore why rural Whites have failed to reap the benefits from their outsize political power and why, as a result, they are the most likely group to abandon democratic norms and traditions. Their rage—stoked daily by Republican politicians and the conservative media—now poses an existential threat to the United States.

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