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36: Letters from an American Farmer (1767) Supplementary Readings
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- 36.1: An Unstable Identity- The White American Man
- 36.2: America- Utopia or Dystopia?
- 36.3: The Naive and Delusional Farmer
- 36.4: Men Are Like Plants; They’re Weak
- 36.5: Proud to be an American, Where at Least I Know I’m… Part of an Industry?
- 36.6: He Should Have Worked for Real Estate
- 36.7: J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur- National Hero or Portrayal of White Guilt?
- 36.8: Live Long and Industrialize… Unless You’re a Slave, Then It’s Highly Improbable That Will Happen.
- 36.9: Who You Calling a Plant?
- 36.10: For Sale- America! Get It Now!
- 36.11: America the Great
- 36.12: Beautifulish Americans
- 36.13: Come To America! Wait, No! Not THAT Part! And… Ignore the European Qualities…