November 9, 2012
The Emerging Democratic Majority Turns 10

We are now ten years farther down this road and McGovern’s revenge only seems sweeter. Barack Obama has just been re-elected, the first Democratic president since Franklin Roosevelt to win successive elections with more than 50 percent of the vote, powered by the continuing rise of the coalition described in the book. In the face of considerable economic adversity, Obama won 332 Electoral College votes, nine out of 10 of the most hotly contested swing states, and a second term with coalition that was stunningly diverse. 

Read more. [Image: Andrew Kelly/Reuters]

The Emerging Democratic Majority Turns 10

We are now ten years farther down this road and McGovern’s revenge only seems sweeter. Barack Obama has just been re-elected, the first Democratic president since Franklin Roosevelt to win successive elections with more than 50 percent of the vote, powered by the continuing rise of the coalition described in the book. In the face of considerable economic adversity, Obama won 332 Electoral College votes, nine out of 10 of the most hotly contested swing states, and a second term with coalition that was stunningly diverse. 

Read more. [Image: Andrew Kelly/Reuters]

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    McGovern’s Revenge. Somehow I wish I could find my mother and father in 1972 Kansas City and give them a big hug and...
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