What I Saw in America

What I Saw in America

G. K. Chesterton


An enduring portrait of America’s virtues and vices as visible through certainly one of England’s maximum thinkers

After wasting his brother within the nice struggle, a stricken and depressed G. okay. Chesterton accepts a call for participation to hitch a lecture journey that might take him around the usa for the 1st time. half travelogue, half exploration of the yankee test, What I observed in America starts off with a guy of letters attempting to reconcile his religion with the atrocities and ethical dilemmas of conflict and expands into an illuminating attention of the constraints of capitalism, the idea that of yankee exceptionalism, and the way forward for the democratic system.
 
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