THE SINKING MIDDLE CLASS, REVISED SECOND EDITION: A Political History of Debt, Misery, and the Drift to the Right
In this work Roediger resurrects radical historical critiques of the middle class, and argues that middle-class identities have so long been shaped by debt, anxiety about falling, and having to sell one's personality at work that misery defines a middle-class existence as much as fulfillment.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 1971204
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