Caste (Oprah's Book Club): The Origins of Our Discontents Free Audiobook Download by Isabel Wilkerson

It's hard to imagine that America was once the land of social mobility, but that was the country that existed before the Civil War. After emancipation and Lincoln's passing, America saw a dramatic increase in social stratification. Millions were forced into poverty and segregated from society because their skin color or economic status differed from that of their masters.

Hailed as a work of genius by critics, Isabel Wilkerson's "Caste" is the Pulitzer Prize-winning and bestselling book chronicling the history of racial inequality in America. The book began as a series of articles in The New York Times Magazine and became one of Oprah Winfrey's Book Club selections. One of the most influential books ever written about race in America, this must-read masterwork illustrates how social caste has shaped African Americans relations with whites and other groups through history.

This is a book that provides readers with an overview of the social and economic life in the United States. It uses data research to present a new idea on what has shaped America's ever-changing economic and social landscape.

The Origin of Our Discontents is a memoir written by the renowned journalist and historian. The book tells their story of America's racial caste system and racism in the United States.

The Origin of Our Discontents is a nonfiction book by Isabel Wilkerson, published in 2011. The book explores the origins of American racial inequality and its connection to the abolitionist movement. According to The New York Times, "Mrs. Wilkerson’s research is meticulous and her tone is shrewdly empathetic."

The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson is a powerful narrative that traces the history of inequality in America from its beginnings and will be an important read for all Americans.

Published Date 2020-08-04
Duration 14 hours 26 minutes
Author Isabel Wilkerson
Narrated Robin Miles
(441 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Non-Fiction
Parent Category Social Science, World

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