Go here to read about it online. The author's thesis is that we now have a ruling class so insulated from the experience of everyday Americans that they "make their judgements about what's good for other people based on their own highly atypical lives."
I took the 25-question quiz and scored 54:
Here are the scores that you could expect to get if you ﬁt the following descriptions.
A lifelong resident of a working-class neighborhood with average television and moviegoing habits.
Range: 48–99. Typical: 77.
A ﬁrst-generation middle-class person with working-class parents and average television and moviegoing habits.
Range: 42–100. Typical: 66.
A ﬁrst-generation upper-middle-class person with middle-class parents.
Range: 11–80. Typical: 33.
A second-generation (or more)upper-middle-class person who has made a point of getting out a lot.
Range: 0–43. Typical: 9.
A second- generation (or more) upper-middle-class person with the television and moviegoing habits of the upper middle class.
Range: 0–20.Typical: 2.
I'm somewhere between the 2nd and 3rd categories, and my score matches that. This quiz is worth every cent you paid for it, and it's good if it causes you to think about your life experiences as they relate to others'.