In Hand to Mouth, uses her piercing insight, coupled with . Tirado’s words read like a conversation over coffee, but she delivers a devastating blow to our current economic assumptions equivalent to a modern day Oliver Twist or The Jungle.
In Hand to Mouth, uses her piercing insight, coupled with a confessional but unrepentant voice, to open a nuanced and deeply unsettling window into poverty in the . This book should inspire important discussion. Ryan Clayton, Executive Director, Wolf-PAC. I’d like people to know that we’re not stupid.
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Hand to Mouth: Living in Bootstrap America is the debut book by author Linda Tirado. The book was released on 2 October 2014 and contains a foreword written by Barbara Ehrenreich. Tirado, a 32-year-old mother of two who worked two low-paying jobs, wrote a message in response to the question "Why do poor people do things that seem so self-destructive?" on an online forum
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