What's the Matter with White People: Why We Long for a Golden Age That Never Was
Joan Walsh, one of America's most popular online columnists, looks back over the past forty years in American politics and culture, showing how the white working class has stagnated, and the stability of the middle class has disintegrate. Weaving into the book her own family's story, she describes how too many Americans think they made it on their own, and resent those receiving help today. Read this book to find out how Democrats and Republicans clash over this issue, and the devastating impact on personal lives and the society at large.
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Review: What′s the Matter with White People? Why We Long for a Golden Age That Never WasUser Review - Anthony - Goodreads
Part autobiography, part political history, Walsh accepts Perlstein's Nixonland as her starting point in understanding US politics and race relations. She tries to make sense of how the GOP adopted a ... Read full review
Review: What′s the Matter with White People? Why We Long for a Golden Age That Never WasUser Review - Steve Grenz - Goodreads
Joan Walsh frequently appears on many TV programs as a guest. Walsh has the ability to articulate the facts and her opinion clearly on difficult issues. I don't always agree with Ms Walsh, but her ... Read full review