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ISBN-10: 143921929X
ISBN-13: 978-1439219294

'How Obama Won' by Earl Ofari Hutchinson is a provocative, hard hitting critical assessment of the issues, events, forces, politics, pressures and controversy that shaped and ensnared Barack Obama in his historic 2008 presidential campaign.

Political analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson examines the impact of race and gender, campaign strategy, the key political players, the nature of presidential politics, the changes in the Democratic and Republicans parties, the importance of the black, Hispanic, youth, women and blue collar white worker votes, the role of corporation and special interests in American politics.

Hutchinson tells what the first African-American did
to win the White House and what it means
to America and the world.

How Obama Won

Hutchinson tells why:

Race was not a factor in Obama’s win ~ The Iraq war and the terrorism were not compelling issues in the campaign ~ Sarah Palin hurt McCain ~ Many blue collar whites and rural voters supported Obama ~ Obama was able to top McCain in fund raising ~ Ultraconservatives did not unite behind McCain ~ The economy ultimately sunk McCain ~ Obama’s win will and won’t change politics in America

Earl Ofari Hutchinson is a nationally acclaimed author and political analyst. He has authored ten books; his articles are published in newspapers and magazines nationally in the United States. Three of his books have been published in other languages. He is a frequent guest analyst on The John Gibson Show, O'Reilly Factor, Hannity & Colmes, The Glenn Beck Show, The PBS Lehrer Report, NPR's Talk of the Nation and various CNN News Shows. He is the National Political Writer for New America Media and a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, and BlackAmericaWeb.Com. He is also an associate editor at New America Media and a regular contributor to Black, He does a weekly commentary on KJLH Radio in Los Angeles.

A Book Review
Author Steven Clark Bradley

How Obama Won by Earl Ofari Hutchinson
Fun, Fair, Balanced & Objective

Now, I was not a fan of Barack Obama during the campaign, nor am I now. Yet, I can truly tell you that I am a big fan of political expert and writer, Earl Ofari Hutchinson. There is possibly no one in the current political circles who has written more profoundly and fairly about the constant waves of change in American politics than Earl Ofari Hutchinson. One of the best reasons I can give for my appreciation of Mr. Hutchinson is his new book, ‘How Obama Won.’ This excellent book is an interesting, fair, understandable and realistic account of the political race that propelled Barack Obama into the White House as America’s first African American President. It has to be one of the best records of this historic campaign that has been penned and perhaps into the future, making it a must read for opponents and supporters of Obama alike.

All of the material that Mr. Hutchinson wrote before Obama’s election can only be described as highly objective. He has kept that same approach to his writing in his new book, How Obama Won. One example that stood out to me was his statements about the current administration. Though, Hutchinson does not hide his opposition to President George W. Bush, he wrote his statements with clear reasoning and fresh objectivity. He does not come out with the horrific diatribes against Obama’s opponent either that so many other writers have used as obvious goals of simply besmirching rather than informing readers. I guess I can say that he does not seem to have any axes to grind, but just a public to inform. I find that exceptional and rare, indeed.

Now, I know there are those out there who will immediately say that they hate politics and will not take a good look at this type of book. Well, let me say that you will be very pleasantly surprised. How Obama Won comes across to the reader more like a true-life story that only America could produce. How Obama Won is full of unique and close-up information with great descriptions of the political and social twists and turns that made the 2008 Presidential election one of the most interesting and thrilling in the history of the nation. How Obama Won is a smart and thoughtful book, but it is also fun and takes the reader right into war rooms of Obama’s brain trust and that of his opponents’ campaigns.

I hope you will invest your time in this new and excellent report, How Obama Won by Earl Ofari Hutchinson. You will never say that politics is boring again.

Steven Clark Bradley
Author of Patriot Acts, Nimrod Rising,
Stilborn & Probable Cause


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Chapter 2

Four Lessons of Iowa

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama proclaimed to cheering supporters at a campaign stop in Iowa in early January, 2008 that it was time for change and Americans wanted that change. This was lesson number one in Obama’s smash caucus victory. Iowans and Americans wanted, no, craved change. They were fed up with the lies, deceit, corruption, cronyism, politics for sale, war mongering, political paralysis and bungling along with the economic wreckage wreaked by Bush, Congress, and legions of “on the make” politicians. Though Obama could hardly be considered a maverick, who challenged the establishment elected official, at the very least, he was an energetic, fresh, new face on the national scene and he was savvy enough to figure out how to talk the talk of change. That was enough for packs of voters.

The second lesson of Iowa was that money couldn’t always buy a political win. Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney outspent the other Republican opponents by more than six to one in the state. It didn't help. In fact, it hurt the money candidates. It reinforced the notion that if politicians and their corporate backers spread enough cash around, they can buy anything. That idea repels millions of Americans. They repeatedly say that money and corruption go hand in hand and are twin political evils. Americans say that's exactly why the political system is so screwed up. They are sick of watching the parade of fat cat lobbyists and corporate bigwigs buy and sell politicians and elections, and then watch as those bought and paid for politicians give away the company store to those same interests when they torpedo affordable health care, erode labor protections, pour billions into bloated defense spending, and shove through economy draining tax cuts for the super rich and corporations. Many people felt Obama was the candidate who would reverse this trend.

Lesson number three of Iowa was that race didn't always matter the most to white voters. Iowa is one of the whitest and most rural states in the nation. Yet, white voters were able to strap on color blind lenses and punch the ticket for Obama. This was historic. It was a good sign that many more whites than ever before were willing to truly look past race, and back up the promise they repeatedly made to interviewers and pollsters (but didn't always keep in the past) that they would vote based on the competence and qualifications of a candidate not their race. This was not smoking gun proof that race still didn’t matter in politics but it was a good sign that it may no longer be the thing that matters most with an increasing number of white voters. Lesson number four was that the national media's turn off to Hillary Clinton paid off, and it paid off big. The Hillary media meltdown deeply convinced far too many voters that Hillary was a classic political pandering and corporate shill, and that a vote for her was a vote for the status quo. This again reaffirmed the power and dominance of big media and its ability to spin, shade, and massage public opinion to suit its ends. The presidential election was far from over. After Obama’s Iowa win, there were more primaries ahead for him, and more tough battles. A slip, a misstep, or a scandal could have been fatal to Obama. But Iowa clearly marked him as the candidate to beat.

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