A consumer's republic

the politics of mass consumption in postwar America

By Cohen, Lizabeth

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ISBN
978-0-37540-750-5
Publisher
New York : Knopf : 2003.


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Reviewed on March 1, 2003

Cohen, the Bancroft Prize-winning author of Creating a New Deal: Industrial Workers in Chicago, 1919-1939, has written a detailed study of how the mass consumption of consumer goods shaped U.S. society from the middle to the late 20th century. She covers familiar ground through examination of such topics as the rise of suburbia at the expense of central cities, the growth of shopping m...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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