1. New Book Explores the Dignity and Identity of Work and the Deep Partisan Split in the US Robin Johnson 29:00

Farah Stockman, editorial board member of the New York Times and Pulitzer Prize winner, talks about her new book American Made: What Happens to People When Work Disappears. She follows the lives of three people from the Heartland who are thrown out of work after a factory shuts down to go overseas. But her personal journey described in the book is just as interesting as she reassesses her views on globalization, the importance of factories, the working class, and blue collar support for Trump.

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New Book Explores the Dignity and Identity of Work and the Deep Partisan Split in the US
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