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  • The future of the Republic may depend on whether a heroic hopeful has the courage to stand erect and produce a title like, say, The Audacity, Courage and Heart To Dream, Hope and Save America's Greatness with Promise, Faith, Family and Flag: A Blue-Collar American Patriot's Humble, Inspiring Life Story.

    Michael Sigman: Tpaw and the Campaign 'Autohagiography'

  • We cannot spend as much to educate a Blue-Collar laborer, as on a MBA.

    Various Articles, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • In the essays "The Face in the Mirror: The Eclipse of Distance in Contemporary Fiction" and "Ordinary People: Carver, Ford and Blue-Collar Realism" (both reprinted in A Mirror in the Roadway, Dickstein's explicit defense of realism), he extends his survey of postwar fiction into the 1970s and 1980s.

    Principles of Literary Criticism

  • The future of the Republic may depend on whether a heroic hopeful has the courage to stand erect and produce a title like, say, The Audacity, Courage and Heart To Dream, Hope and Save America's Greatness with Promise, Faith, Family and Flag: A Blue-Collar American Patriot's Humble, Inspiring Life Story.

    Michael Sigman: Tpaw and the Campaign 'Autohagiography'

  • In the essays "The Face in the Mirror: The Eclipse of Distance in Contemporary Fiction" and "Ordinary People: Carver, Ford and Blue-Collar Realism" (both reprinted in A Mirror in the Roadway, Dickstein's explicit defense of realism), he extends his survey of postwar fiction into the 1970s and 1980s.

    April 2010

  • In the essays "The Face in the Mirror: The Eclipse of Distance in Contemporary Fiction" and "Ordinary People: Carver, Ford and Blue-Collar Realism" (both reprinted in A Mirror in the Roadway, Dickstein's explicit defense of realism), he extends his survey of postwar fiction into the 1970s and 1980s.

    Premises

  • Drawing on his vast experience as an assembly worker at American Axle Manufacturing plant, he fictionalized the chaos and corruptible plight of the blue-collar worker in his second self-published venture, Blue-Collar Diary: Factory Folk Drama.

    Show Stoppah

  • In the essays "The Face in the Mirror: The Eclipse of Distance in Contemporary Fiction" and "Ordinary People: Carver, Ford and Blue-Collar Realism" (both reprinted in A Mirror in the Roadway, Dickstein's explicit defense of realism), he extends his survey of postwar fiction into the 1970s and 1980s.

    The Reading Experience

  • Drawing on his vast experience as an assembly worker at American Axle Manufacturing plant, he fictionalized the chaos and corruptible plight of the blue-collar worker in his second self-published venture, Blue-Collar Diary: Factory Folk Drama.

    Show Stoppah

  • Normal folk call these people Blue-Collar workers.

    Clinton gaining on Obama in North Carolina

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