Book Reviews

Book Review: The Complacent Class

By Dalibor Rohac ● American Enterprise Institute ● 03/07/2017


Tyler Cohen provides a narrative that weaves together observations about stasis in the US economy, the impact of technology in curating our personal bubbles, broader cultural trends including developments on college campuses and the dysfunctions of US politics. Taken together, these phenomena have created a ‘zeitgeist of community-enforced social stasis.’

Reviewed: The Complacent Class: The Self-Defeating Quest for the American Dream, by Tyler Cowen

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