Stacy Kranitz (Jacket photograph) and Shannon M. V New York: Crown Forum, 2018. First Edition [Stated], First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. x, 309,  pages. Author's Note. Appendix. Notes. Index. Inscribed by both authors on the title page. Inscription reads Phil, Salena Zito Brad Todd. Salena Zito joined the Washington Examiner in 2016 as a Pittsburgh-based columnist and reporter and is also a columnist at the New York Post. She is the author of The Great Revolt. She previously wrote for the Atlantic and spent the last 11 years at the Pittsburgh Tribune Review as both a reporter and a columnist covering national politics. Before that, she worked for the Pittsburgh Steelers and held staff positions for both Democratic and Republican elected officials in Pennsylvania. She has interviewed every president and vice president in the 21st century. In the 2016 election cycle, she interviewed 22 presidential candidates, both Democrats and Republicans. Brad Todd is a Republican strategist and founding partner of OnMessage Inc. A CNN political analyst and a Republican strategist reframe the discussion of the Trump voter to answer the question, What's next? NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY FOREIGN AFFAIRS · Unlike most retellings of the 2016 election, The Great Revolt provides a cohesive, non-wild-eyed argument about where the Republican Party could be headed.--The Atlantic. Political experts were wrong about the 2016 election and they continue to blow it, predicting the coming demise of the president without pausing to consider the durability of the winds that swept him into office. Salena Zito and Brad Todd have traveled over 27,000 miles of country roads to interview more than three hundred Trump voters in ten swing counties. What emerges is a portrait of a group of citizens who span job descriptions, income brackets, education levels, and party allegiances, united by their desire to be part of a movement larger than themselves. They want to put pragmatism before ideology and localism before globalism, and demand the respect they deserve from Washington. The 2016 election signaled a realignment in American politics that will outlast any one president. Zito and Todd reframe the discussion of the Trump voter to answer the question, What's next? Condition: Very good / Very good.
Keywords: Electorate, Blue-Collar, Perot, Rotarians, Localism, Globalism, Pragmatism, Ideology, Suburban Moms, Gun Rights, Second Amendment, Evangelicals, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Foreign Policy, John McCain, Multiculturalism, Populist, Swing Voters