Fireside Politics

Fireside Politics
Author : Douglas B. Craig
Publisher : JHU Press
Total Pages : 362
Release : 2005-08-11
ISBN 10 : 0801883121
ISBN 13 : 9780801883125
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Fireside Politics Book Description:

Craig provides an in-depth examination of radio's changing role in American political culture between 1920 and 1940. He follows the evolution of radio into a commercialised and regulated industry, and ultimately into an essential tool for winning political campaigns and shaping American identity at that time.


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