New York: The New Press, 2005. Later printing. Paperback. 470 pp. Octavo. Light blue covers. as NEW. Item #15180
With a preface by Robert Sherrill.
In this unique exploration of the most pervasive of national myths, Studs Terkel brings together a multitude of voices to articulate widely different versions of "The American Dream." From farm kids longing for the city to city kids determined to get out, from the Boston Brahmin to the KKK member, from newly arrived immigrants to families who have lived in this country for generations, American Dreams highlights the hopes and frustrations of people from every quarter of the United States.