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Postcards from the End of America

Author: Đinh Linh


Roaming the country by bus and train, on a budget, and without any institutional support, Linh Dinh set out to document, in words and pictures, what life is like for people.

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Seven Stories Press

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“Linh Dinh’s Postcards from the End of America is a collection of some of the most brilliant observations penned on the terminal decline of the American empire. He gives a voice to those rendered invisible by a bankrupt corporate press. He has an unflinching honesty, refusing to romanticize the poor while also writing with great empathy about their lives. He lays bare the predatory evil of corporate capitalism, the death of liberty engendered by our security and surveillance state, and the human cost of our system of inverted totalitarianism. He would make George Orwell or Joseph Roth proud. There are few writers in America I admire more.” —Chris Hedges, author of Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt

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