Who We Are: A Portrait of America
Mr. Roberts discussed his new book, Who We Are, an examination of commonly-held myths about America. The book offers a view of America--- where… read more
Mr. Roberts discussed his new book, Who We Are, an examination of commonly-held myths about America. The book offers a view of America--- where and how we live, income levels, how we’re aging--- based on the statistics of the 1990 census. According to Mr. Roberts, the numbers reveal that America has undergone a transformation with profound social, economic, and political consequences. He also spoke about his work on the New York Times and the impetus for this work. close
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