Joe Bageant was agreeably reminiscent of Hunter Thompson or today's Pepe Escobar, insightful and perceptive, much to be recommended, particularly to true followers of the US... Read morePublished on 19 Mar. 2013 by ocurseu
....ultimately depressing and rather sad.
Something of a personal family history, Bageant recalls the story of the last few generations of his family intertwined with... Read more
The word redneck is too dismissive for the title of this memoir. It starts in a self-contained, rural, isolated society with little education and which is almost cashless, but a... Read morePublished on 13 Aug. 2012 by Mac McAleer