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The second edition of Popular Culture in American History updates the text for a contemporary readership and explores academic developments in this area of study over the last decade.
- Fully revised second edition with over 50 percent new material
- Compact and classroom-friendly format
- Includes the best writing on popular culture from the 1970s onwards
- Essays examine pivotal moments, issues, and genres in American popular culture, from the ‘penny press’ to the Internet
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