Anthony Harkins, Meredith McCarroll, T.R.C. Hutton, and Ivy Brashear provided a critical take on J.D. Vance’s Hillbilly Elegy.
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Ivy Brashear Coordinator MACED (Mountain Association for Community Economic Development)->Appalachian Transition
Anthony "Tony" Harkins Professor Western Kentucky University->History
Meredith McCarroll Director Bowdoin College->Writing and Rhetoric
Ginger Nalley Events Manager Parnassus Books
Bob "T.R.C." Hutton Lecturer University of Tennessee, Knoxville->History Department
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