The Moral Underground: How Ordinary Americans Subvert an Unfair Economy

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Product Details

Price
$17.95  $16.51
Publisher
New Press
Publish Date
Pages
227
Dimensions
5.58 X 0.61 X 8.19 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781595586421
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About the Author

Lisa Dodson worked as a union activist, an obstetrical nurse, and the director of the Division of Women's Health for the state of Massachusetts before becoming a professor of sociology at Boston College. The author of Don't Call Us Out of Name, she lives in Auburndale, Massachusetts.

Reviews

Lisa Dodson tracks a new civil disobedience [with] fascinating wrenching stories.
The Boston Globe
If only this book had been published in 2007.Then the hundreds of people interviewed by Lisa Dodson would have been able to pass along an important piece of advice: What s good for business is not necessarily good for America.
Time
Important, encouraging reporting.
Kirkus
[A]n intriguing record of the economic crisis and how some are choosing to survive it.
Booklist
Highly recommended.
Choice
The documentary tradition at its very best.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Robert Coles"
"Lisa Dodson tracks a new civil disobedience [with]... fascinating... wrenching stories."
--The Boston Globe

"If only this book had been published in 2007.Then the hundreds of people interviewed by Lisa Dodson would have been able to pass along an important piece of advice: What's good for business is not necessarily good for America."
--Time

"Important, encouraging reporting."
--Kirkus

"[A]n intriguing record of the economic crisis and how some are choosing to survive it."
--Booklist

"Highly recommended."
--Choice

"The documentary tradition at its very best."
--Pulitzer Prize-winner Robert Coles