The Overspent American
why we want what we don't need
The visible lifestyle: American symbols of status
When spending becomes you
The downshifter next door
Learning Diderot's lesson: stopping the upward creep of desire
Epilogue: Will consuming less wreck the economy?
Saving and investment
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This explores why so many of us feel materially dissatisfied, why we work staggeringly long hours and yet walk around with ever-present mental "wish lists" of things to buy or get, and why Americans save less than virtually anyone in the world.
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