Redneck Reverie Release
August 28, 2020
By Cliff Oxford
By Cliff Oxford
Cliff Oxford is the only person who could have written Redneck Reverie. It is a thoughtful reflection on his life among both country folk and the elite. Its stories of growing up on the swamp, leaving it and living among the elite, and then witnessing the devastating impact of policies and power on his homeland demonstrate a unique insight into the cultures and forces that compelled 2.8 million renegade voters to place Donald Trump in the highest office of power. Cliff’s revelations–backed by data–help explain the Trump phenomenon and are a cautionary note to anyone looking to win the 2020 election.
Sara Stratton, President & CEO
Redwood Digital Publishing
How to Start (Lambs to Leaders) and Finish (Know Grow Exit) are the golden knowledge and outcomes explicitly written in both books. Using honor, humor and humbleness, Cliff’s content is given in a clinical style format where the reader can go do it.
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