The Neo-nazi and Alt-right demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA, cost a counter-protestor her life and rocked the Trump Presidency to its foundations. It threw the spotlight onto white Americans, who had delivered majorities for Trump in all age, gender and income groups, and propelled him to the White House. But after centuries of supremacy, white America is feeling the heat. Compared to previous generations White Americans are earning less, living less long, experiencing growing inequality, lower life expectancy and falling social mobility. White anxiety abounds about foreigners and minorities pessimism amongst whites about their economic future is at a 25 year high. So one year after Donald Trump's election, what is wrong with white America and what if anything can fix it?. .