Blue Collar Conservatives: Recommitting to an America That Works

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Simon and Schuster, Apr 28, 2014 - Political Science - 216 pages
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Before Donald Trump successfully mobilized millions of blue collar Americans with his campaign to reclaim America, Rick Santorum was trying to convince his fellow Republicans that it was time to return to the party’s original values: the values of “blue collar conservatives.”

In this powerful book that helped inspire President-Elect Trump’s winning message to voters, Santorum calls out Republican establishment leaders for pandering to business owners at the expense of everyone else. Republicans need to regain the trust of the hard-working members of every family, church, and community across America whose most immediate problems are lack of jobs and opportunity. No more pandering. No more ignoring those left behind by globalization. No more broken promises to the frustrated middle class.

We're entering a brand new era of conservative politics—and Rick Santorum's Blue Collar Conservatives shows us the way forward.

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After reading Blue Collar Conservatives, my overall sense is that Barack Obama, having led our nation down the wrong track during his first term, and now seemingly off the tracks since his re-election ... Read full review

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Rick Santorum is “right on” about how many workers perceive that they have been “left behind” by the liberal Democrats whose solutions are government handouts and by most conservatives and Republicans ... Read full review


Blue Collar Conservatives Really Did Build It Chapter 2 Restoring the American Dream for Workers
A GOP That Stands Up for Everyone Chapter 4 Holes in the Boat
Renewing the Pursuit of Happiness
Government Cannot Read You a Bedtime Story Chapter 7 Replace Obamacare Before Its Too Late
Innovating and Personalizing Education Chapter 9 Giving the American Worker a Fighting Chance
Raising Hope instead of Taxes Chapter 11 Believing in Americas Future
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