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“For political junkies who enjoy straight-talk policy discussion.”
“Top-gun political strategist, ever controversial Ragin’ Cajun James Carville and pollster nonpareil Stan Greenberg deliver the message that could keep Obama in office: It’s The Middle Class, Stupid! But class warfare isn’t the answer (nuts!); it’s for both parties to admit their failures and for regular people to get involved in taking back their country from bigwigs in Wall Street and Washington.”
—Elissa Schappel, Vanity Fair
“For many Democrats [the book] will be the playbook on how to talk to voters about economic issues….Democrats and Republicans alike in the elite and political class should pay heed: these pages contain more than a little truth.”—National Journal
“A recipe for President Barack Obama’s re-election…..very timely….impressive.”
Interesting, but a little redundant. I usually like Carville's appearances, but the book was slow moving.Published 8 months ago by DMA
Even though I disagree with focusing on the Middle Class so much, this is a well researched book. They are not a couple crazy guys going off on dribble that is incoherent. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Travis Heinze
James Carville has to be the best political strategist of my lifetime. In this book, he more than addresses the obvious.Published 17 months ago by Drew Myers
Timely and important, the two voices of Carville and Greenberg are, at times, in agreement, sometimes at odds, but always in your face. Read morePublished on July 24, 2013 by P. J. Payne
Well said, and worth reading for anyone wanting to have a deeper insight to what has and is happening to America's middle class, aside from the media hype that exacerbates the... Read morePublished on July 7, 2013 by mbrown
I agree with all the points in the book, that the middle class is shrinking in this country and that something needs to happen to change that. Read morePublished on June 23, 2013 by B. J. Killeen
The two old guys talking made the messages they were trying to get us to receive, become boring. I think next time i'll just buy the book.Published on June 19, 2013 by Lili O