A chief reason for the upset is the disaffection of white working-class voters over the ailing economy.
Nearly a century after the time, the stories collected here are still powerful in their disaffection.
The imminent vote to authorize the bombing of Syria may finally tally Democratic disaffection.
Cynicism, alienation, and disaffection will not move us forward.
But recently, there has been disaffection for Syrians on the part of many Egyptians.
Perhaps the exaltation had mounted to my head; or nature and the perfect morning joined to hint at disaffection.
At this moment the Manx people showed signs of disaffection.
All these arguments were trumpeted by the malcontents, so that the whole kingdom echoed with the clamour of disaffection.
They disdain to drink for their principles, and there is no disaffection at their tables.
But to all these symptoms of disaffection Wilder remained, as before, utterly indifferent.