Don Peck is a Deputy Managing Editor at the Atlantic, where he has worked as an editor for six years. He covers economics and culture, among other subjects, and commissions many of the magazine’s feature stories.
Before he became a journalist, Mr. Peck was a principal at the Advisory Board Company, a large strategic research firm and management consultancy. He has a B.A. in government modified with economics from Dartmouth College and a Masters of Public Affairs with a focus on international development from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University. He lives with his wife Meghan in Washington, DC.
Format: Trade Paperback, 240 pages
Publisher: Broadway Books On Sale: August 7, 2012 Price: $14.00
The Great Recession is not done with us yet. While the most acute part of the economic crisis is past, the recession's most significant impact on American life still lies in the future. The personal, social, and cultural changes that result from severe economic shocks build and manifest themselves only slowly...
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