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America: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 22 The Progressive EraAmerica: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 22 The Progressive Era
What was the term for journalists who investigated American life and sought to expose corruption and questionable practices?
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University of Nottingham School of American & Canadian Studies/Institute of Film & Television Studies Module Title: The Emergence of Mass Culture Module Code: Q42302 Credits: 20 Level: 2 Year: 2009-10 Semester: 1 Tutor: John FaggUniversity of Nottingham School of American & Canadian Studies/Institute of Film & Television Studies Module Title: The Emergence of Mass Culture Module Code: Q42302 Credits: 20 Level: 2 Year: 2009-10 Semester: 1 Tutor: John Fagg
Pt barnum’s various enterprises, minstrel shows and the penny press – that introduce many of the cultural practices – and many of the key issues – that come to shape American mass culture
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By alison j. Clarke smithsonian institution pressBy alison j. Clarke smithsonian institution press
Tupperware had made its first appearance, and as soon as World War II ended and an era of American consumption could begin, the rest would be history. But what kind of history?
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American Realist Art IntroductionAmerican Realist Art Introduction
American Realism was actually the opposite; instead of reflecting back to antiquities, artists, writers and musicians were concerned with recording the grit and the true realityof the early 20th century in America
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Key Works of Literature, Art, and MusicKey Works of Literature, Art, and Music
Focus on why the work of literature is important and what it illustrates about the time it was written
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Bellows acquisition underscores growing prominence of lacma’s american art department raymond J. and Margaret Horowitz Give Large-Scale Portrait to the MuseumBellows acquisition underscores growing prominence of lacma’s american art department raymond J. and Margaret Horowitz Give Large-Scale Portrait to the Museum
Bellows’s wife, reflects the artist’s markedly changed approach to portraiture in which exacting compositional geometry became a key element
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