Sunday, April 1, 2001

April 2001

This is a placeholder post linking to this month's entries in the pre-Blogger format.



... the most important obstacles future progressive candidates will have to overcome relate to the moral and social "values" of American workers and to their distrust of Washington and "big government." While the 2000 election was influenced by other factors, such as the legacy of the Clinton Administration and Gore's performance as a candidate, the values of white workers and their distrust of government appear likely to have the greatest continuing influence on American politics.

Who Lost the Working Class? by Andrew Levison


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