By Cyndy Hendershot
This paintings examines representations of anti-communist sentiment in American pop culture from the early fifties throughout the mid-sixties. The dialogue covers tv courses, motion pictures, novels, journalism, maps, memoirs, and different works that awarded anti-communist ideology to thousands of american citizens and stimulated their brooding about those debatable concerns. It additionally issues out different strands of anti-communist rhetoric, reminiscent of liberal and countersubversive ones, that ruled pop culture in numerous media, and tells a way more complex tale approximately manufacturers’ and shoppers’ principles approximately communism via shut learn of the cultural artifacts of the chilly War.
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Anti-Communism and Popular Culture in Mid-Century America by Cyndy Hendershot