Restless Nation: Starting Over in America
University of Chicago Press, 2009 M01 23 - 276 páginas
In Restless Nation, James M. Jasper isolates a narrative that lies very close to the core of the American character. From colonial times to the present day, Americans have always had a deep-rooted belief in the "fresh start"—a belief that still has Americans moving from place to place faster than the citizens of any other nation.
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Jasper (The Art of Moral Protest) travels across the American psyche to explore our unique infatuation with movement and personal reinvention. Immigrants wanted fiercely to believe the fantastic ... Leer comentario completo