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One Nation after All: What Middle Class Americans Really Think About God, Country, Family, Racism, Welfare, Immigration, Homosexuality, Work, The Right, The Left, and Each Other

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The subject of great critical acclaim and extensive review attention, One Nation, After All concludes that the reports of cultural divides are highly exaggerated, and Americans agree about much more -- on religion, family, race, and morality -- than politicians and media pundits would have us believe. These are among the surprising findings reached by renowned sociologist ...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published March 1st 1999 by Penguin Books (first published March 1st 1998)
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Frederick Bingham
This book is a sociological study of moral values of middle class Americans. The author interviewed hundreds of people from suburbs in Massachusetts, San Diego CA and Oklahoma. It discusses their attitudes towards abortion, racism, immigration, welfare, politics, etc. It was a little too technical for my taste.
Lisa
Aug 21, 2007 rated it it was ok
Despite the dubious data and suspect results, this is an interesting read. It will give you something to think about, even if that something is "this guy is a douchebag!"
thad.miller
Mar 31, 2009 rated it liked it
A lot of interviews with middle-class Americans. Wolfe gives the reader a penetrating (and relatively unbiased) look into the moral life of Americans and what they think about key issues of the day.
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