Frank Talk 

It remains to be seen which is paramount in 2012: social change or economic self-interest.

One of the basic texts of the last decade in American politics was Thomas Frank's study of political change, What's the Matter with Kansas? Published in 2004, the book became that rare thing, an instant classic. It pinpointed a phenomenon that many…

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