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A re-examination of why so many Americans vote "against their interests" 

A friend recently asked what has become a standard question on the left: Why do so many Americans vote against their interests? Thomas Frank's 2004 best-seller, What's the Matter With Kansas?, provided one answer to that question. In a widely cited passage,…

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