The Politics of Resentment in the news since the presidential election

5th September 2017
America’s Political Scientists Come in for a Reckoning

25th July 2017
In La Follette Territory: How did the Democrats lose a once progressive and populist hotbed like Wisconsin?
The Nation

The Left’s Opportunity in Wisconsin

June 2017
A Discussion of Katherine J. Cramer’s The Politics of Resentment: Rural Consciousness in Wisconsin and the Rise of Scott Walker
Perspectives on Politics

19th April 2017
The Interpreter- Quote of the Day
The New York Times

31st March 2017
Reviving Rural Economies
CQ Researcher

9th February 2017                                                                                                        
Lost in Wisconsin

29th December 2016
What’s behind the growing urban, rural divide?
MPR News

26th December 2016. Trump’s Policies to Impact Rural Areas. Texas Center for Community Journalism. Al Cross from The Rural Blog, Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues, University of Kentucky.

24th December 2016
Why Do Working-Class Whites Vote against Their Own Economic Interest?

22nd December 2016
Why the white working class votes against itself. Catherine Rampell.
The Washington Post 2016/12/22/3aa65c04-c88b-11e6-8bee-54e800ef2a63_story.html?utm_term=.b436ac43d29e

15th December 2016. Donald Trump’s Alt-Reality. Thomas Edsall at the New York Times.

9th December 2016: Women Also Know Stuff about the 2016 election. Julia Azari at Vox women

November/December 2016
Trump’s Supporters Revealed. Two new books underscore the big lesson of 2016: GOP base voters hate big government spending only when the “wrong” people benefit. Lee Drutman. Washington Monthly

22nd November 2016
Why did US voters back Trump? Economic powerlessness.
Robert Schiller at The Guardian

20th November 2016
Caught in the Middle: What universities represent in Trump territory. The Chronicle of Higher Education

19th November 2016                                                                                                
Stereotype-defying Trump voters have no regrets                                                            
Financial Times

11th November 2016
Yes, working class whites really did make Trump win. No, it wasn’t simply economic anxiety. Jeff Guo at The Washington Post




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