Books by Andrew Potter

Released: April 13, 2010

"A provocative meditation on the way we live now."
Ottawa Citizen politics editor Potter (co-author: Nation of Rebels: How Non-Conformity Drives Our Consumer Society, 2004) argues that the widespread quest for "authenticity" simply exacerbates our discontent with modern life. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 1, 2005

"In all, an intriguing examination of personal freedom within the inevitabilities of a market economy. "
Charting the counterculture from its hippie beatification in the '60s, the authors demonstrate how both it and succeeding variations, however punkish or nerdish, have been routinely subsumed into the consumer-fueled machinery of American capitalism. Read full book review >