Tag Archives: Death of a Salesman

Deaths in the White Middle Class

New studies report that middle class whites are dying younger, even though longevity for all other American demographic groups is rising. Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” may help us understand why.

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The Road Less Traveled? Nope

Perhaps some entrepreneurs need to believe their success is solely due to their own efforts, as Bounderby, Willy Loman, and the speaker of “The Road Not Taken” do.

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So You Want to Tell Your Story . . .

Balthus My friend Rachel Kranz, author of the novel Leaps of Faith, is visiting us at the moment, and we were talking about the number of times that people approach her about writing a book about their lives. As they envision it, they will tell her their stories and she will write them up. We […]

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