Kim Popejoy has traveled throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and India. Observing the lives and approaches to governance by peoples in many parts of the world has given him a perspective on American lives and politics that few have. Choosing north-central Florida as a home to settle down and raise a family, Kim has been active in his community by leading efforts to reorganize how we govern ourselves at the local level and effect change from the grassroots. Kim brings to his writings an understanding of what is fundamental to the lives of individuals and their communities. He has a particular passion for helping rebirth the American middle class. His prose is fast paced, simple and easy to follow. His research is reliable and documented leading to conclusions that are pertinent, sound and defensible. Through his writings, Kim hopes to encourage the involvement of each of us in our communities public discourse.
15 years after World War Two, America reached a nadir of middle class growth. By 1969, Americans had walked on the moon, launched computers, had a civil rights and cultural revolution and nurtured unprecedented sharing of wealth. Something went wrong. America began squeezing its middle class. Here is a fast paced look at some GOP's contributors and the unfortunate policies they championed.