The Great Fall of J.D. Vance

The man behind the curtain who gave us Hillbilly Elegy has revealed his true colors. How red they are should surprise no one.

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If you have any ties to the social sciences or just happen to stay up to date on current affairs, you’ve doubtless come across the book Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis. One of the most popular works of the past five years, the book made plenty of headlines since…

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Samuel O'Brient

Samuel O'Brient

Financial news writer by day, political commentator by night. Former economic policy analyst. Founder and Publisher of My Side of the Aisle.

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