|Ash Carter, ed.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||208 / 2016|
Having chronicled American life since 1846, Town & Country magazine is, we feel, eminently qualified to comment on recent developments in our social sphere, be it swag bags, bespoke dieting, financially independent pets, or endangered vices. Here are entertaining essays from two dozen writers on the challenges of navigating a fast changing society when the old rules are unenforceable and new ones have yet to be proposed, including Henry Alford ("Rich You, Poor Me"), Eric Banks ("That's Awkward!"), Patti Davis ("Saying No to Daddy"), Andrew McCarthy ("Baby Boom"), Gully Wells ("Elegant Expletives"), and Ali Wentworth ("Confessions of a Bag Lady").