Life in America today bears little resemblance to that of 40 or 50 years ago. AIDS, crack, homelessness, latchkey children and surrogate mothers are all indicators that the pace of change has outstripped the ability of our institutions to adapt. In "America at Century's End" the contributors have written essays tracing the feel and pulse of American life. The result is a candid snapshot of America approaching the 21st century.
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"A top notch collection of illuminating essays."--"Cultural Information