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The book is well written and easy to read.
I marvel at George Packer's capacity to select his people whose stories he tells in such a compelling way that the reader is drawn in from cover to cover.
I can guarantee that anyone who finishes this book will have a lot to think about and will have enjoyed reading these profiles.
A terrific book which is, in fact, a documentary of the industrial heartland of this country get flushed down the toilet and told in intimate portraits of people who were victims... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Robert M. Burns
I'm not really sure what I'm supposed to take away from this book. I need more of a central theme or thesis. It's fractured. Read morePublished 10 days ago by AnAnimal
Reads like good fiction. Cleverly arranged and the serious content is easy to absorb.Published 12 days ago by Batting8th
Everyone in America should read this book. We all sort of know what's happening these days (and years), but hearing first-hand stories makes it real. And it hurts. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Nouvelle
You get the story of America's "unwinding" from a number of viewpoints, from a "serial entrepreneur" in the rural south to a former union worker in Youngstown, OH... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Fred Forbes