November 11, 2006

Right Wing Books of '07

Writing on TNR's web site, the Philadelphia Inquirer's Michael Currie Schaffer gives us some of the sorts of books we should expect to see on "the road back" for Republicans. Here's my favorite:

What's the Matter with the Main Line? How Liberals Won the Brow of America. In 2006, three Republican candidates in the wealthy suburbs of Philadelphia were in danger of being swept out of office. The districts where Democrats Joe Sestack and Patrick Murphy knocked off GOP incuments--and where Lois Murphy nearly did the same--were once the prototypical GOP constituencies: rich, preppy, and dedicated to keeping their hard-earned money out of the grubby hands of social-welfare schemers. In this trenchant history, a conservative intellectual firebrand describes how the Democrats cleverly used wedge social issues to turn these natural Republicans against their class interests.
I assure you, there's a lot the matter with the Main Line. But at least now, I'm liking how they're voting.

Posted by Stephen Silver at November 11, 2006 04:02 PM

Let's that they're out of office, I'd expect to see books appear by:

Rumsfeld, Santorum, Allen, Chafee and maybe Romney Pataki and McCain as part of their Presidential campaigns.

Does it mean I'd bother wasting my time reading any of 'em....nope.

Posted by: jaws at November 11, 2006 08:39 PM

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