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Yet, on his breaks from Twitter, Sasse managed to craft a serious new book, The Vanishing American Adult.
Forget the low lows of 2016, a year defined by political cynicism and brutish behavior, or even these first months of 2017, which have been swallowed by dramatic revelations and relentless Washington in-fighting.
At this point, the idea of a shared culture is almost unimaginable: America has been carved up into mutually exclusive spheres bounded by religion, race, income, and city-limit signs.
The Vanishing American Adult is written as a reflection on the purpose and nature of education, which, Sasses argues, should extend beyond schooling and classrooms.
“Everywhere I go across the country, I hear from people who share an ominous sense that something is very wrong with our kids,” he writes.