Measuring Frankly 

The fuss over social issues in the Tennessee General Assembly may have obscured some real ends.

Few works of social analysis have been so celebrated for their fundamental insight into political change as has Thomas Frank's 2005 tome What's the Matter With Kansas?.   What Frank maintained, essentially, was that social issues had functioned as red herrings to…

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