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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.
If you want to understand why the Middle Class is sinking, Packer explains it in easy-to-understand language. Telling the story by using first person narratives is compelling.Published 11 days ago by Roberta E. Glaser
Well written in plain language. Depressingly accurate picture of the recent past. I wonder why with all that history and information we are still unable to see any action from... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Dorel Callender
Marvelous writing and story telling. This was a brave way to try to tap into our very complicated American political and economic landscape. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Matt Richey
Hard to follow, but worth it. Separate stories offer unique perspective of the time domain.Published 27 days ago by Marvin Pulliam
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 1 month ago by Robert M. Burns