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Flipped : how Georgia turned purple and broke the monopoly on Republican power
 by Viking, [New York] :
342 pages ; 24 cm
WTF happened -- 'Who is this guy?' -- Stacey vs. Stacey -- 'Game over' -- Is this the moment? -- The miracle -- A Republican call to action -- Brick by brick -- 'Never back down' -- 'Remain the reverend' -- The plague -- A social justice summer -- Farewell to a legend -- A 'waste of time' -- 'Transmission dead' -- Poetic justice -- 'Nonsense' -- 'The tsunami' -- The bromance is born -- 'It's un-American' -- 'Ashamed' -- Money and celebrities . . . -- A shadow slate -- The final call -- 'It's up to Georgia' -- A glimpse of what's possible -- Epilogue: 'What Carter sees'.
"Flipped provides an account of how the election of Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff transformed Georgia from a Republican stronghold to a battleground state. Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter Greg Bluestein charts how progressive activists and organizers worked to help register hundreds of thousands of new voters and how Joe Biden's 2020 victory in Georgia may inform Democratic strategy for years to come. He also chronicles how Georgia's Republicans countered with a move to the right that culminated in key state leaders defying Donald Trump's demands to overturn his 2020 defeat"--
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