9 edition of What"s the matter with Kansas? found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-294) and index.
|LC Classifications||F686.2 .F73 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||306 p. :|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||2004044824|
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journalists and pundits seized on the notion that Frank’s working-class cultural conservatives swung the election to the Republicans. Consider the following examples from the New York Times in the four days following the election. The Times’ in-depth exit poll analysis (Seelye ) was headlined “Moral Values Cited as a Defining Issue of the Election.” Media.
Thomas Frank is the author of Pity the Billionaire, The Wrecking Crew, What's the Matter with Kansas?, and One Market Under God. A former opinion columnist for The Wall Street Journal, Frank is the founding editor of The Baffler and a monthly columnist for Harper's.
He lives outside Washington, :// What's The Matter With Kansas. NPR coverage of What's The Matter With Kansas?: How Conservatives Won The Heart Of America by Thomas Frank. News, InThomas Frank published "What's The Matter with Kansas," a book asking why so many working-class and poor white Americans in the heartland had taken to voting for a By Thomas Hoffman In What’s the Matter with Kansas, Thomas Frank examines exactly that.
The book actually is about “What’s the Matter with America.” The book revolves around the idea of Read an Excerpt. Introduction. What's the Matter with America. The poorest county in America isn't in Appalachia or the Deep South. It is on the Great Plains, a region of struggling ranchers and dying farm towns, and in the election of the Republican candidate for president, George W.
Bush, carried it by a majority of greater than 80 percent.1 From the best-selling author of What's the Matter with Kansas?, a wonderfully insightful and sardonic look at how the worst economy since the s has brought about the revival of ic catastrophe usually brings social protest and demands for change - or at least it's supposed to.
But when Thomas Frank set out in to look for expressions of American discontent, all he Based on the Thomas Frank's best-seller, What's the Matter with Kansas. shows how Kansas transformed from an outpost of radicalism to a bastion of conservatism.
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What's the Matter With Kansas. When William Allen White was the owner and editor of The Emporia Gazette, he became a national spokesperson for small-town renown began as a result of an editorial against the Populists.
White was a Republican who was concerned about the Populist :// Redux - what's the matter with Kansas. This a collection of paraphrases of paragraphs of the first part (the introduction through a couple of pages into Chapter 8) of the book What's the Matter with Kansas.
by Thomas Frank, This work is incomplete mainly because I lost This book explains why, and while its author is clearly a Democrat, this is a work sufficiently lacking in vitriol (at last!) that Republicans might enjoy it as well.
Read it and understand what is going on in the Culture Wars in the USA and why formerly Socialist Kansas might be voting Republican this :// What's the matter with Kansas. There is no substantial city in the state. Every big town save one has lost inpopulation.
Yet Kansas City, Omaha, Lincoln, St. Louis, Denver, Colorado Springs,Sedalia, the cities of the Dakotas, St. Paul and Minneapolis and Des Moines allcities and towns in the West -- have steadily ' What's the Matter With Kansas. Aug. 31, Matthew Koso, 22, and his wife Crystal, 14, are the parents of a newborn baby and the center of a controversy in their hometown, Falls City, :// One of "our most insightful social observers"* cracks the great political mystery of our time: how conservatism, once a marker of class privilege, became the creed of millions of ordinary Americans With his acclaimed wit and acuity, Thomas Frank turns his eye on what he calls the "thirty-year backlash"—the populist revolt against a supposedly liberal :// Kansas, once home to farmers who marched against “money power,” is now solidly Republican.
In Frank’s scathing and high-spirited polemic, this fact is not just “the mystery of Kansas I'm a Tom Frank fan. I think he's a wonderful and passionate writer.
But, now a respected political scientist is arguing that the "Great Backlash" Frank chronicled in his last book, in which A brilliant analysis-and funny to boot-What's the Matter with Kansas. is a vivid portrait of an upside-down world where blue-collar patriots recite the Pledge while they strangle their life chances; where small farmers cast their votes for a Wall Street order that will eventually push them off their land; and where a group of frat boys, lawyers.
What's the Matter with Kansas? K likes. "ONE OF THE TEN BEST DOCUMENTARIES OF " - Roger Ebert. Now available on Hulu, Amazon and Netflix. More info at: ps://Thomas Frank's book What's the Matter With Kansas? ignited something of a firestorm within political science.
It was attempting to explain recent trends in American politics, but its analysis by Jonathan Rees. Mr.
Rees is Associate Professor of History at Colorado State University - Pueblo. He is the author of MANAGING THE MILLS: LABOR POLICY IN THE AMERICAN STEEL INDUSTRY DURING THE NONUNION ERA (University Press of America, ) and co-editor of THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE: PRIMARY SOURCES ON THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN LABOR, INDUSTRIAL