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If you want a book that explains how everyone but yourself is responsible for your success, this book is for you.Published 12 months ago by Kenneth Luckinbill
If you're buying this book then you probably read a lot of other books like it but this one really illuminates the extent to which the system is broken, and it actually recommends... Read morePublished on September 18, 2013 by Jeromy Omar Carpenter
Full disclosure: Daniel is a childhood friend. But I hadn't heard anything from him in ages, and was shocked to discover he was a published author. Read morePublished on January 3, 2013 by Alexander Feinman
This book presents what's happening to our American way of life with facts and explanations that the media, particularly the numerous consevative cable and radio channels, won't... Read morePublished on November 22, 2010 by Willard
This book feels like it was written for me - I agree passionately with Brook's premise that education and health care are more rights than privileges, that our society should be... Read morePublished on February 18, 2010 by sadalit
Since the 1980s journalists have reported on the growing collapse of the middle class. It's just that not enough journalists have done so, and few could articulate America's... Read morePublished on May 8, 2009 by Jim LaRegina
This is a sobering view about how the choice is no longer between doing something good or being rich, but between doing something good or being able to afford the minimum.Published on July 9, 2008 by C. CASTILLO Ocaranza
The Trap is another in an emerging line of texts discussing the ground-level impacts of gross inequalities in the distribution of American wealth in the post-Reagen era. Read morePublished on May 12, 2008 by EGD
This book is an engaging and all-too-accurate portrait of the *real* job and life prospects for young members of the former middle class.
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