Strangers in their own land anger and mourning on the american right by arlie russell hochschild 351 pp the new press 2795 arlie hochschilds generous but disconcerting look at the tea party presents a likable fellow named lee sherman who once worked for a louisiana chemical plant where his duties included illegally dumping toxic waste . Anger and mourning on the american right empathetic dive into the heart of the right strangers in their own land does what few dare to do it takes seriously . Strangers in their own land anger and mourning on the american right by arlie russell horchschild is a 2016 new press publication recently there has been a rash of books published that highlight the angry white american movement that attempts to explain the cultural and class divisions our country is experiencing which are designed . Berkeley professor emerita arlie russell hochschilds newly published strangers in their own land anger and mourning on the american right is an important book and a delight. Strangers in their own land anger and mourning on the american right is a 2016 book written by sociologist arlie russell hochschildthe book aims to explain the worldview of supporters of the tea party movement in louisiana
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