Bias Always Came a Little Cheap

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Bias Always Came a Little Cheap Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America By Barbara Ehrenreich, Owl, 221pp, $13.00 Reviewed by Travis Petler In Barbara Ehrenreich’s book Nickel and Dimed , we find ourselves following the path of our author through a struggle with the working class. She examines the relationship concerning minimum wage, affordable housing, and finding time for life in between. Along this journey she explores three unique cities, each presenting new challenges, and each time the feat is concluded as insurmountable and thus given up on by Ehrenreich. While this book provides and interesting and necessary look into the lives of our lower class, the liberal bias that Ehrenreich so vehemently processes provides an insuperable challenge of it’s own. I was impressed with her wit and writing style, but overall I found it to be a book more focused on how Ehrenreich wanted to affect her environment rather than how her new environment affected her. As I was reading the book, I would constantly find myself making mental
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