Cranky Moderates: The Complex Political Identity of American Men African Descent

Cranky Moderates: The Complex Political Identity of American Men African Descent

Today, American politics is often portrayed as a battleground between conservatives and liberals, with Republicans and Democrats at the forefront. However, this simplistic view does not capture the nuanced political identity of the American man of African Descent. In this essay, we will explore the idea that American men of African Descent can be best described as “cranky moderates” who value individuals over party lines. These men express frustration with the state of candidates, exhibit apathy towards voting, and harbor negative sentiments towards both Republicans and Democrats. This essay aims to dissect this unique political identity and its implications for American democracy

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