Saturday, September 24, 2016

Review of Instaread Infographic of "White Trash" by Nancy Isenberg

Review of

Instaread Infographic of White Trash by Nancy Isenberg

Four out of five stars
 Using simple images with associated snippets of text, this infographic is a reasonable summary of the book. The fundamental point of the book is that class distinctions have been prevalent in the United States since before the country was founded and it was more often based on economic class rather than race. Hence the use of the term “white trash.”
 While it can be considered a “Cliff’s Notes” version of a “Cliff’s Notes” version, this short infographic does give you the fundamental theme of a book that states some fundamental differences from the idealistic statements of the level of opportunity inherent in the American culture. 

This book was made available for free for review purposes. 

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