Reviews | December 10, 2012
Not One of Us: Four Books that Explore the Implication of Class in America
Featuring reviews of:
- Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010, Charles Murray. Crown Forum, 2012.
- Class Matters. Correspondents of The New York Times. Times Books, 2005.
- Class: A Guide Through the American Class System. Paul Fussell. Touchstone, 1992.
- Old Money in America: Aristocracy in the Age of Obama. John Hazard Forbes. iUniverse, 2010.
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35.3 (Fall 2012): "Risk"
Featuring work by Lauren Acampora, Michale Byers, John J. Clayton, Ewa Hryniewicz-Yarbrough, Kate Rutledge Jaffe, Margaree Little, Carolyn Miller, Christopher Robinson, Tryfon Tolides… as well as a look at the life of Louise Brooks and an interview with T.R. Hummer.
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