All across America, conservative towns are changing. Progressive, upper-middle class urbanites are deserting expensive liberal meccas like New York and San Francisco and flocking to traditionally "red" states like Colorado, New Hampshire, Virginia, and Texas. The result is a sudden, confusing purpling of small town America. School boards and local governments are being reorganized around the progressive agendas of pushy transplants. Neighborhoods are becoming unrecognizable. And the implications for future Congressional and presidential elections are staggering. Libertarian journalist and rising media star Kristin Tate traces the great progressive flight from blue cities to red towns, using demographic statistics and alarming on-the-ground anecdotes to present a stunning picture of a nation undergoing a significant transition.
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About the Author
Kristin Tate an analyst for Capitalism.com, writes a weekly column for The Hill, and provides political and economic commentary on Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN. She was named one of the 30 most influential right-of-center leaders under the age of 30 by Red Alert Politics in 2016 and Newsmax Magazine in 2017. Kristin is the author of Government Gone Wild and How Do I Tax Thee? She is a graduate of Emerson College in Boston. She splits her time between New York and Texas.