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- Crown Publishing Group 2008; US$ 11.99
After thirty years spent scratching together a middle-class life out of a ?dirt-poor? childhood, Joe Bageant moved back to his hometown of Winchester, Virginia, where he realized that his family and neighbors were the very people who carried George W. Bush to victory. That was ironic, because Winchester, like countless American small towns, is fast... more...
- Scribe Publications 2010; US$ 26.99
Rainbow Pie is a coming-of-age memoir wrapped around a discussion of America's most taboo subject - social class. Set between 1950 and 1963, Joe Bageant uses Maw, Pap, Ony Mae, and other members of his rambunctious Scots-Irish family to chronicle the often-heartbreaking post-war journey of 22 million rural Americans into the cities, where they became... more...
- Scribe Publications 2011; US$ 26.99
Rainbow Pie is a coming-of-age memoir wrapped around a discussion of America?s most taboo subject ? social class. Set between 1950 and 1963, Joe Bageant uses Maw, Pap, Ony Mae, and other members of his rambunctious Scots?Irish family to chronicle the often-heartbreaking post-war journey of 22 million rural Americans into the cities, where they became... more...
- Scribe Publications 2010; US$ 18.99
When Joe Bageant returned to his hometown of Winchester, Virginia, he rediscovered his redneck roots: 'the great beery, NASCAR-loving, church-going, gun-owning America that has never set foot in a Starbucks'. But he soon realised that these were the very people who had carried George W. Bush to victory. This seemed ironic, because Winchester, like... more...
- Scribe Publications Pty Ltd. 2011; US$ 13.99
Set between 1950 and 1963, this coming-of-age memoir discusses one of America?s most taboo subjects—social class. Combining recollection, accounts, and analysis, this book leans on Maw, Pap, Ony Mae, and other members of this rambunctious Scots–Irish family to chronicle the often-heartbreaking post-war journey of 22 million rural Americans into the... more...
- Granta Publications 2013; Not Available
Welcome to Winchester, Virginia: a town populated almost entirely by the undereducated, the overweight and the dirt-poor. Patsy Cline may have been born here, but she got out pretty fast - for most of the inhabitants, life is a constant, unwinnable scrabble over mortgage repayments, loan debts and healthcare bills, and the only avenues of escape are... more...
- Scribe Publications Pty Ltd. 2012; US$ 24.99
The only collection of Joe Bageant?s essays available in book form, this compilation features 25 essays by the self-proclaimed redneck socialist. Exploring the plight of America?s white, “redneck? underclass—a topic considered taboo for the mainstream media—with insight, humor, compassion, and rage, this record is the result of the editorial freedom... more...
- Scribe Publications 2011; US$ 24.99
‘Essentially, it comes down to the fact that a very large portion of Americans are crazier than shithouse rats and are being led by a gang of pathological misfits, most of whom are preachers and politicians.’ In 2004, at the age of 58, writer Joe Bageant sensed that the internet could give him editorial freedom. Without having to... more...