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Not wealthy, so the study of them is actually quite fascinating. This isn't a fetishization of wealth book, thankfully.Published 1 month ago by Chris Russell
Easy read, funny, true, interesting.
Veblen from the WSJ.
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I was truly educated I liked everything
This book was required for a course I am taking
I was humbled by it as well as inspired
It needs some updating due to... Read more
Very insightful I thought the information was helpful and put together very well.I didn't realized the rich live in a separate world.Published 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
this book is a very interesting look at the culture of the Rich in America, I would recommend it for any book clubPublished 12 months ago by Melissa S Chacra
Book was written before the great recession but it still hits the nail on the head. Interesting, insightful, comical and shocking....the rich are really in their own worldPublished 13 months ago by James Ramsey
I order books online for my mom. I will read this after she is done. It looks good and I am an Economics major.Published 13 months ago by Lauren Kozmin
As a preface to my remarks - I'm a 61 year old pharmacist who met his wife while in pharmacy school in 1979. Read morePublished 14 months ago by David W. Nesbitt
Robert Frank, a special writer for the Wall Street Journal, presents here a highly readable foray into the lifeways - and feelings and predicaments - of people at the top of the... Read morePublished 18 months ago by GskFn