It seems that con artists, for all their vices, represent many of the virtues that Americans aspire to. Con artists are independent and typically self-made. They donâ€™t have to kowtow to a bossâ€”no small thing in a country in which people have always longed to strike out on their own. They succeed or fail based on their wits. They exemplify, in short, the complicated nature of American capitalism, which, as McDougall argues, has depended on people being hustlers in both the positive and the negative sense. The American economy wasnâ€™t built just on good ideas and hard work. It was also built on hope and hype.
from the New Yorker.
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