Why We Hate Us
Dick Meyer is the editorial director of digital media at National Public Radio. He was formerly a reporter, columnist, and producer at CBS News for over twenty-three years.
Dick Meyer talked about Why We Hate Us: American Discontent in the New Millennium (Crown, August 5, 2008), in which he presents his thoughts on why Americans are disenchanted with America. Mr. Meyer cites partisan politics and celebrity culture as two factors for the disillusionment. During his remarks he read passages from his book and responded to audience members' questions.
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