Through extensive, detailed research, Nancy Isenberg has moved the story of American class tensions out from the shadows and given it new voice. Her richly detailed book, White Trash, chronicles over 400 years of American class tensions and seeks to give context for why these class prejudices are so pervasive in the "land of equal opportunity".
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Despite the recent election results in America pushing class concerns back into the limelight, the truth is that America has been struggling with its class identity for centuries. Since the time of British colonial settlement, millions of Americans have found themselves in an unwelcoming society eager to brand them as "waste people" and push them to the outskirts of society. Isenberg's incredibly thorough and groundbreaking book, White Trash, details the long history of class in America.
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