AfterCulture: Detroit and the Humiliation of History
AfterCulture is a book of essays about the making and un-making of middle-class culture, a phenomenon which has occurred nowhere more decisively than in America's most representative city, Detroit.
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I'm reviewing this, and at some slight length, because it's an academic text that I think gets few casual readers, and fewer casual reviews. I've long thought that the decline of Detroit from a proud ... Read full review