The Great Revolt

I ended up walking away from this one about half way in. It has some really interesting stories (it’s a collection of interviews of those who voted for Trump in 2016, essentially) and some important conclusions (namely that the 2016 election was won by a collective of voters that came together for reasons we (as a country) didn’t expect and for reasons we still won’t fully accept) but ultimately felt a bit dated. Tough to fix that problem… it’s a book entirely about the 2016 election voters being read in a world that no longer resembles that time at all. I’d probably have finished the book and enjoyed it more if it were still 2017, but alas.