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NYT Op-Ed: Goodbye, Reagan Democrats
Tuesday, November 11 2008
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From Stanley Greenberg's New York Times op-ed, Tuesday, November 11, 2008: I'm finished with the Reagan Democrats in Macomb County in Michigan after making a career of spotlighting their middle-class anger and frustrations about race and Democratic politicians. Bill Clinton wrote in his autobiography that my "extensive research on the so-called Reagan Democrats and what it would take to bring them home" was the reason he hired me as his pollster for his presidential campaign.

This article originally appeared as an op-ed in the Tuesday, November 11, 2008, New York Times.