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What's the Matter with Kansas? by Thomas Frank (2004)

This was an incredibly prescient book when it was written, accurately forecasting the utter cultural division the nation would face, as well as the increasing failure of the democratic party to do anything helpful about it - but 16 years later we know all of this already, and a quick essay or review on this subject will be a better use of time. 

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