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Review: The Tribes of America: Journalistic Discoveries of Our People and Their CulturesNutzerbericht - Liza - Goodreads
Paul is my brother. You can read more about him on my blog www.seesaw.typepad.com. Paul was an amazing writer and journalist. We miss him dearly. Vollständige Rezension lesen
Review: The Tribes of America: Journalistic Discoveries of Our People and Their CulturesNutzerbericht - Matt - Goodreads
Fascinating parallels to our current day and age. My favorite chapters would have to on the Boston busing crisis and the trucker strike. The '70s: So different and yet so similar (cf. conspicuous consumption, Jimmy Carter). Vollständige Rezension lesen
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