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James Carville

James Carville appears in the following:

James Carville: Love & War

Wednesday, January 08, 2014

 James Carville talks about being half the nation’s most politically opposed, ideologically mismatched, and intensely opinionated couple. he looks at how he and his wife, Republican strategist Mary Matalin—and the country—have changed in the last two decades in their book Love & War: Twenty Years, Three Presidents, Two Daughters and One Louisiana Home. They tell their story, beginning with the end of the 1992 presidential campaign—where he managed Bill Clinton’s electoral triumph while she suffered defeat as George H. W. Bush’s key strategist.

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Political Strategy and the Middle Class

Monday, September 03, 2012

Political strategist James Carville and pollster Stan Greenberg argue that Washington and Wall Street have made life difficult for the average American. In It’s the Middle Class, Stupid! Carville and Greenberg make the case that our political parties must admit their failures and that voters must reclaim their voice.

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Guest Picks: James Carville

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Political strategist James Carville was on the Lopate Show, along with pollster Stan Greenberg, to discuss how the middle class is getting squeezed in today's economy. He also told us that he's a fan of the weather. Find out what else James Carville's a fan of!

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It’s the Middle Class, Stupid!

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Political strategist James Carville and pollster Stan Greenberg argue that Washington and Wall Street have made life difficult for the average American. In It’s the Middle Class, Stupid! Carville and Greenberg make the case that our political parties must admit their failures and that voters must reclaim their voice.

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40 More Years

Monday, May 04, 2009

In 40 More Years, Democratic campaign strategist and Ragin' Cajun James Carville celebrates the Democrats' 2008 electoral victory. He argues that if Democrats rebuild Americans trust in government as a force of good, they can dominate politics not just for the next four years but for the next four ...

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