American manifesto : saving democracy from villains, vandals, and ourselves / Bob Garfield.
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- ISBN: 9781640092808
- ISBN: 1640092803
- Physical Description: xvi, 191 pages ; 22 cm
- Edition: First hardcover edition.
- Publisher: Berkeley, California : Counterpoint, 2020.
- Copyright: ©2020
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Part I. The big who -- Pokemon Go: inner-self edition -- E pluribus unum? -- But of course Trumpism -- Part II. Mass exodus -- The doomsday machine -- Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble -- Trust busting -- Part III. The manifesto -- Feed the watchdogs -- No, really, trust busting -- Boycott -- How to know if a movie sucks of it the Russians are trying to trick you -- The color purple -- Coalition -- Conclusion.
"Why is our society in the fix it is in? Is it all Trump's fault? Well, no. As often observed, Trump is a symptom of a virus has been incubating for at least 50 years and maybe 150. But not often observed is where the virus is imbedded: in the psychic core of identity. This book explores the primacy of identity in American society and makes the argument that hyper-polarization was not only predictable but inevitable, based on such unlikely causal bedfellows as biology, multiculturalism and collateral damage from the American Dream"-- Provided by publisher.
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