SOURCE: Los Angeles Times
by Benjamin Carter Hett
It's no longer politically expedient to attack minorities or immigrants; professors make a great substitute because their work is often a mystery to the public and they don't have the power to fight back.
SOURCE: Hedgehog Review
by Nancy Isenberg
A historian of white rural poverty says that the cultural phenomenon of JD Vance's book "Hillbilly Elegy" is just the latest deployment of the "left behind" euphemism to obscure the nature of poverty in the United States. The rural poor are and have been part and parcel of the American economic order.
Historian Elizabeth Catte takes on J.D. Vance's memoir "Hillbilly Elegy."
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