The Moral Underground
Trade Paperback · 240 Pages
The New Press
Called a fascinating exploration of economic civil disobedience by Publishers Weekly, Lisa Dodson's … More
This vivid account of working-class America is based on Dodson's eight years of research and conversations with hundreds of Americans about the need to create ethical alternatives to rules that ignore the humanity of working parents and put their children and risk.
About the Author
—The Boston Globe
If only this book had been published in 2007.Then the hundreds of people interviewed by Lisa Dodson would have been able to pass along an important piece of advice: What's good for business is not necessarily good for America.
Important, encouraging reporting.
[A]n intriguing record of the economic crisis and how some are choosing to survive it.
The documentary tradition at its very best.
—Pulitzer Prize-winner Robert Coles
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