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David Cohen has written for the Independent, British GQ, and the Guardian Weekend Magazine, as well as The New York Times. In 1997, Cohen was the recipient of the Harkness Fellowship, which he used to research and write Chasing the Red, White, and Blue. He lives in London with his wife and two daughters.

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" A lively, easy-to-read piece of analytical journalism... Cohen succeeds in capturing the ethos of the country as it sped into the new century." -- "Los Angeles Times"
" A thoughtful indictment of growing inequality in the United States...impressive." -- "The Washington Post"
" Extraordinary...an important and long-overdue revisiting of [Tocqueville' s] landmark work." -- "Richmond Times-Dispatch"
" A strong book...Worthy of the model that inspired it." -- "American Way"
" An essential addition to the bookshelves of any Americophile." -- "The Times" (London)
" The kind of heroic, epic investigation of the American soul that we used to associate with such native-born giants as James Agee and John Steinbeck...Alexis de Tocqueville would bow to the achievement of his prote ge, David Cohen." -- Ron Powers, co-author of" Flags of Our Fathers"

"A lively, easy-to-read piece of analytical journalism... Cohen succeeds in capturing the ethos of the country as it sped into the new century." -"Los Angeles Times"
"A thoughtful indictment of growing inequality in the United States...impressive." -"The Washington Post"
"Extraordinary...an important and long-overdue revisiting of [Tocqueville's] landmark work." -"Richmond Times-Dispatch"
"A strong book...Worthy of the model that inspired it." -"American Way"
"An essential addition to the bookshelves of any Americophile." -"The Times" (London)
"The kind of heroic, epic investigation of the American soul that we used to associate with such native-born giants as James Agee and John Steinbeck...Alexis de Tocqueville would bow to the achievement of his protege, David Cohen." -Ron Powers, co-author of" Flags of Our Fathers"

"A lively, easy-to-read piece of analytical journalism... Cohen succeeds in capturing the ethos of the country as it sped into the new century." --"Los Angeles Times"

"A thoughtful indictment of growing inequality in the United States...impressive." --"The Washington Post"

"Extraordinary...an important and long-overdue revisiting of [Tocqueville's] landmark work." --"Richmond Times-Dispatch"

"A strong book...Worthy of the model that inspired it." --"American Way"

"An essential addition to the bookshelves of any Americophile." --"The Times" (London)

"The kind of heroic, epic investigation of the American soul that we used to associate with such native-born giants as James Agee and John Steinbeck...Alexis de Tocqueville would bow to the achievement of his protege, David Cohen." --Ron Powers, co-author of" Flags of Our Fathers"

A lively, easy-to-read piece of analytical journalism... Cohen succeeds in capturing the ethos of the country as it sped into the new century. "Los Angeles Times" A thoughtful indictment of growing inequality in the United States...impressive. "The Washington Post" Extraordinary...an important and long-overdue revisiting of [Tocqueville's] landmark work. "Richmond Times-Dispatch" A strong book...Worthy of the model that inspired it. "American Way" An essential addition to the bookshelves of any Americophile. "The Times (London)" The kind of heroic, epic investigation of the American soul that we used to associate with such native-born giants as James Agee and John Steinbeck...Alexis de Tocqueville would bow to the achievement of his protege, David Cohen. "Ron Powers, co-author of Flags of Our Fathers""


"A lively, easy-to-read piece of analytical journalism... Cohen succeeds in capturing the ethos of the country as it sped into the new century." --Los Angeles Times"A thoughtful indictment of growing inequality in the United States...impressive." --The Washington Post"Extraordinary...an important and long-overdue revisiting of [Tocqueville's] landmark work." --Richmond Times-Dispatch"A strong book...Worthy of the model that inspired it." --American Way"An essential addition to the bookshelves of any Americophile." --The Times (London)"The kind of heroic, epic investigation of the American soul that we used to associate with such native-born giants as James Agee and John Steinbeck...Alexis de Tocqueville would bow to the achievement of his protege, David Cohen." --Ron Powers, co-author of Flags of Our Fathers

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