If your interest is piqued (or even if it is not), you owe it to yourself to learn more about the "Forgotten Man" and to try to decipher why Trump and his staff thought it was critical to bring up the concept in his victory speech. Undoubtedly, that was the first of many times we will hear that phrase.
Get yourself a copy of "The Forgotten Man" and if you do nothing else, read the Introduction to the book and focus on the last three pages of the Intro where the title of the book and the meaning of the phrase is explained. Obviously, reading the entire book would also be a big help in deciphering where Mr. Trump and a Trump administration want to take the country, hopefully for better and not for worse, which brings us full circle to the original question: Whose "Forgotten man and woman" was Mr. Trump talking about?
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Beloved, we cannot change things unless we are politically active. But we must never be politically active if our motives are not grounded in the Word of God and our desires covered in prayer before we act.
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