Book Reviews

America’s Delayed Adolescence in the Digital Economy

By Ryan Shinkel ● Library of Law & Liberty ● 10/23/2017


Review: Ben Sasse’s The Vanishing American Adult

American grit was once thought permanent. With the right stuff, a single person with a few kindred spirits could find salvation, start a business, run for office, or settle the frontier. Alexis de Tocqueville famously described that practical, spirited American as “plunging into the wilderness of the New World with his Bible, ax, and newspapers.”

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