Prosperity: Fact Or Myth
This book is a contemporary look at economic conditions of the 1920s by Stuart Chase, a pioneering consumer advocate and critic of the new consumer economy. In it, Chase questions whether the era has in fact been prosperous for the vast majority of Americans.
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