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Politico on Obama
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Politico co-founder John Harris and Jim VandHei have a piece out this morning that begins almost as a parody of left-wing Obama-worship, attempting to answer the "mystery" of why ""Obama is perceived as failing to win over the public, even though by most conventional measures he is clearly succeeding."

The piece gets better as it goes on, however: "on the issues voters care most about — the economy, jobs and spending — Obama has shown himself to be a big-government liberal. This reality is killing him with independent-minded voters."

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More on Ruling Class vs. Country Class
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So long as we are on the topic of ruling class versus country class, two more data points:

A Ross Douthat column in today's New York Times: "The most underrepresented groups on elite campuses often aren't racial minorities; they're working-class whites (and white Christians in particular) from conservative states and regions. Inevitably, the same underrepresentation persists in the elite professional ranks these campuses feed into: in law and philanthropy, finance and academia, the media and the arts....This cultural divide has been widening for years."

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Politico on Obama
futureofcapitalism.com

Politico co-founder John Harris and Jim VandHei have a piece out this morning that begins almost as a parody of left-wing Obama-worship, attempting to answer the "mystery" of why ""Obama is perceived as failing to win over the public, even though by most conventional measures he is clearly succeeding."

The piece gets better as it goes on, however: "on the issues voters care most about — the economy, jobs and spending — Obama has shown himself to be a big-government liberal. This reality is killing him with independent-minded voters."

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More on Ruling Class vs. Country Class
futureofcapitalism.com

So long as we are on the topic of ruling class versus country class, two more data points:

A Ross Douthat column in today's New York Times: "The most underrepresented groups on elite campuses often aren't racial minorities; they're working-class whites (and white Christians in particular) from conservative states and regions. Inevitably, the same underrepresentation persists in the elite professional ranks these campuses feed into: in law and philanthropy, finance and academia, the media and the arts....This cultural divide has been widening for years."

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Jim VandeHei

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1995 New Fuels Report

1996 Inside the New Congress

1996-1999 Roll Call

1999-2002 Wall Street Journal

2002-2006 Washington Post

2006-present Politico

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University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
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