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1The middle class in the United States, regarded as a conservative political force:‘they will tell him what Middle America thinks of a President who is prepared to face reality’
- ‘There is a spirit of rebellion in Middle America, sustained by voices on talk radio, talk TV and the Internet, where the cultural hegemony of the American elite simply does not extend.’
- ‘Laugh-out-loud funny and acutely insightful, Live from Middle America will prove irresistible to those who recognize themselves in its pages, and marks the publishing debut of one of conservative America's most original voices.’
- 1.1 The Midwest of the United States, regarded as the home of the conservative middle class:‘she is aware of how people in Middle America see her’
2Mexico and Central America.
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