Born Losers: A History of Failure in America by Scott A Sandage

By Scott A Sandage

this can be a pioneering paintings of yank cultural historical past, which connects daily attitudes and anxieties approximately failure to lofty beliefs of individualism and salesmanship of self. Sandage's storytelling will resonate with we all because it brings to existence forgotten women and men who wrestled with The Loser--the label and the experience--in the times whilst American capitalism was once development a country of winners.

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