It was the emerging culture of the new upper class.
Let us once again return to November 21, 1963, and try to find its counterpart.
Drawing on five decades of statistics and research, Coming Apart demonstrates that a new upper class and a new lower class have diverged so far in core behaviors and values that they barely recognize their underlying American kinship—divergence that has nothing to do with income inequality and that has grown during good economic times and bad.
The evidence in Coming Apart is about white America. His subsequent books include In Pursuit, The Bell Curve (with Richard J.In 1963, other kinds of subcultures also existed in parts of the country. The Size of the New Lower Class Part IIIWhy It Matters14. Bradford Wilcox, The Wall Street Journal"'Coming Apart: The State of White America 1960-2010' brims with ideas about what ails America." The Economist“a timely investigation into a worsening class divide no one can afford to ignore.” Publisher's Weekly “[Charles Murray] argues for the need to focus on what has made the U. exceptional beyond its wealth and military power...religion, marriage, industriousness, and morality.” Booklist (Starred Review)"Charles Murray ...Then as now, America's major cities had distinctive urban styles, and so did regions such as Southern California, the Midwest, and the South. has written an incisive, alarming, and hugely frustrating book about the state of American society." Roger Lowenstein, Bloomberg Businessweek "I’ll be shocked if there’s another book this year as important as Charles Murray’s 'Coming Apart.'” David Brooks, The New York Times"Mr."Am I allowed to have a relationship with someone who wears polyester shirts? He is Michael Steadman, one of two partners in a fledgling advertising agency in Philadelphia.He went to the University of Pennsylvania (the Ivy League one).