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Let's be clear who we mean by middle Americans.
And neither do a lot of middle Americans where we broadcast."
It is hard to imagine a more Middle American value than that.
Reduce personal income taxes for some number of middle Americans, costing $22 billion over four years.
The middle American really didn't want to "rap" or be "right on."
The programs now had to be tailored for Middle American tastes.
These are not ideas to send middle Americans to the barricades - even to the polls.
Her early life had not been a portrait of Middle American bliss.
Unions, once the powerful bargaining agents of middle Americans, are weak today.
But advertisers know that older people and middle-aged middle Americans are already watching television in large numbers.
He is preaching to the kinds of middle Americans that liberal activists long ago gave up for dead.
He said that Middle Americans in both regions face the same threats.
He definitely was middle American, middle of nowhere, no accent.
"I think that middle American values have helped me tremendously - the principles, the morality."
"Much depends on middle Americans in such questions."
His childhood has been less than perfectly Middle American.
"Debbie is very much coming from where most people live; in a way, she's had a typical Middle American experience," he continued.
The people transformed were average Middle Americans with bumps on their noses.
He could never feel alienated from middle American life, or see it succumbing to a spiritual catastrophe.
We learn a little about the backgrounds of these "crew bears," who seem eminently middle American.
The elections seem far away now, though in 1996 this middle American place again offered an unobstructed view of the forces shaping national politics.
He was one of the first to study what he termed "Middle American radicals."
Nor, with all his bluster, is he a natural Middle American glad-hander.
At the motel desk is an impressionable young woman, an innocent who seems to have wandered in from a more normal, middle American life.
In a small Midwestern town a man is found dead.
In some Midwestern states, the average is two or three times as high.
"Too midwestern to take care of myself in the big, bad city."
Her father wanted to get away from the Midwestern weather.
It was last seen in a midwestern carnival the late 1970s.
It is most common in the eastern and midwestern states.
I know exactly who you are,' she said with a Midwestern tongue.
But is there, really, such a thing as Midwestern cuisine?
But he added, "Midwestern food has always been out there."
This year, like so many other Midwestern states, it is up for grabs.
It is usually considered to be in the Midwestern region of the country.
Most of the Midwestern major teams were running into debt.
Its victory was only the second in the tournament by a Midwestern team since 1987.
Thus, it seems clear that my Midwestern roots turn her off.
What are you doing here, in this little, insignificant Midwestern town?
Two murder cases change the lives of men and women who grew up in a Midwestern town.
The Midwestern pipeline, 90.5 miles long, would cost $43 million.
She wanted to found a department of women's music studies, but the idea was too avant-garde for her Midwestern university.
Something that my midwestern little mind has had some trouble adjusting to.
The tour was to cover 24 Midwestern cities in three weeks.
Most of my friends were attending Midwestern colleges to be close to home.
It hasn't been an easy few months for the Midwestern prince of reality.
A Midwestern voice came from the table behind us.
Also the water is known to be unusually clear for midwestern streams.
Midwestern states also produce most of the country's wild rice.
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