The genesis of liberal disaffection with and dislike of the American middle class:

Fred Siegel's The Revolt Against the Masses

Fred Siegel’s The Revolt Against the Masses

“It was Charles Francis Adams’s Brother Henry who, through his book The Education of Henry Adams (first published privately in 1907), became an inspiration to liberals. The Education described Henry Adams’s disappointment with an American society that did not pay him due deference. Adams’s disaffection created the model for much of what became left-wing intellectual life.” ─ The Revolt Against the Masses, copyright © 2013 by Fred Siegel, Encounter Books, Page 3.

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