Middle America

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Middle America

1. the territories between the US and South America: Mexico, Central America, Panama, and the Greater and Lesser Antilles
2. the US middle class, esp those groups that are politically conservative
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Middle Americans now face [the imperative] of constructing their own autonomous political movement that can take back their nation rather than assisting the new underclass and the globalist ruling class in breaking it up.
As politicians in Washington worry more about the stock market, global capitalism, and the war on terror, rather than the effects on society of a generation of radical cultural policies that have undermined traditional mores, it may be up to middle Americans, increasingly distressed by the effects of such wholesale change on their communities and beliefs, to prevent the death of the west.
His 1996 "stealth campaign" for the White House was too sporadic to reach most middle Americans and too sectarian in its exclusive focus on economic issues to address many of the marginalized.
Market ups and downs are of interest to most middle Americans, what with retirement funds invested in stocks.
Universal's medical comedy ``Patch Adams'' continued writing a winning prescription at the nation's box office but severe snow storms kept many Middle Americans at home during the New Year's weekend, studio sources said Sunday.
The middle Americans who fill the casinos, you see, don't really want to spin the wheel, throw the dice, or take the chance.
The cultural elite deplored by Gingrich is in fact liberally sprinkled with elite-breakers: women, people of color, the sons and daughters of working-class Americans, and sturdy middle-class middle Americans.
By overcoming the barriers to energy conservation facing middle Americans and arming them with information to help reduce their energy usage, we believe we can make a significant impact on the amount of energy used in this country and save millions of dollars at the same time," added O'Neill.
We deliver value-added products that address the genuine and tangible needs of middle Americans and seniors.
Here, he brings passion and insider detail to the remarkable story of the Wallaces, two Middle Americans who, on a "borrowed shoestring," created a $6 billion company whose cornerstone publication, Reader's Digest, reached 100 million readers worldwide.
No wonder middle Americans dangle in economic fear, strung between anger and confusion.
That's because 41% of Middle Americans surveyed found the traditionally-used financial planning concept of "present and future value" to be of little help in setting realistic retirement goals.

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