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"Jarring, full of riveting grit . . . This book is already unforgettable." --Susannah Meadows, Newsweek

"A valuable and illuminating book . . . We have Barbara Ehrenreich to thank for bringing us the news of America's working poor so clearly and directly, and conveying with it a deep moral outrage . . . She is our premier reporter of the underside of capitalism." --Dorothy Gallagher, The New York Times Book Review

"I was absolutely knocked out by Barbra Ehrenreich's remarkable odyssey. She has accomplished what no contemporary writer has even attempted -- to be that 'nobody' who barely subsists on her essential labors. Not only is it must reading, but it's mesmeric. Bravo!" --Studs Terkel, author of Working

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