A NATION OF VICTIMS: The Decay of the American Character

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In an alternately provocative and cranky jeremiad on the decline of individual responsibility, Sykes (The Hollow Men, 1990) sounds like a latter-day Walt Whitman—except that he hears America whining, not singing. Much of this vitriolic indictment rehashes the ``political correctness'' battles in academe over the last few years—a topic covered with more originality and dexterity by Sykes's fellow ... Read full review

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