The redneck manifesto
by Goad, Jim.
|Format:||Print Book 1997|
|Availability:||Unavailable 0 of 1 copy|
Culture maverick Jim Goad presents a thoroughly reasoned, darkly funny, and rampagingly angry defense of America's most maligned social group -- the cultural clan variously referred to as rednecks, hillbillies, white trash, crackers, and trailer trash. As The Redneck Manifesto boldly points out and brilliantly demonstrates, America's dirty little secret isn't racism but classism. While pouncing incessantly on racial themes, most major media are silent about America's widening class rifts, a problem that negatively affects more people of all colors than does racism. With an unmatched ability for rubbing salt in cultural wounds, Jim Goad deftly dismantles most popular American notions about race and culture and takes a sledgehammer to our delicate glass-blown popular conceptions of government, religion, media, and history.
-- United States
-- Social conditions.
Rednecks -- United States -- Economic conditions.
Working class whites -- United States -- Social conditions.
Working class whites -- United States -- Economic conditions.
|Publisher|| New York :Simon & Schuster,1997
274 pages ; 22 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-274).