Bad: Or, the Dumbing of America

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Simon & Schuster, 1992 - History - 201 pages
14 Reviews
With characteristic wit, Fussell zeroes in on the decline of good taste in America. Bad is a hilarious look at how Americans can be persuaded that almost anything that's bad is good. With hints on how to recognize just what's BAD these days, Fussell provides an amusing and illuminating look at the current state of taste in America.

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Review: Bad, or the Dumbing of America

User Review  - Michele - Goodreads

Considering the author's disdain of fancy words for pretentious purposes, I have to wonder why he chose to use the word "emplaced" instead of placed or "descanted" instead of commented, remarked, or ... Read full review

Review: Bad, or the Dumbing of America

User Review  - Aiko - Goodreads

Meaningful, hilarious, witty and grumpy notes about mankind's stupidity. I enjoyed it. Read full review

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