Seeking God, spreading hatred and racism, and destroying the American landscape. These American States, as they are sometimes called, are individual and, at times, as violently divided as the people who live in them. Whose America is it? Jim Lo Scalzo looks at his home country from an outsider’s perspective, traveling the United States to document the extremes of American culture and the poisoning of natural beauty and of American towns and citizens.
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