The Fall publishing season has begun in earnest. Good luck trying to read them all this month! Add to Bag. Prompted by the death of Sandra Bland, an African American academic who died in jail after a traffic stop, Gladwell turns his sharp mind to the subject of how we size up strangers—and usually get it wrong. Gladwell thinks on the unearned confidence that most of us apply to this process, and offers entertaining examples of times when sizing up strangers went terribly—or comically—wrong.
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