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American heroes of the 1920s

Eileen M. Baren

American heroes of the 1920s

a reflection of nostalgia and reaffirmation of old values.

by Eileen M. Baren

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Dissertation (B.A. History) - King Alfred"s College, 1987?.

ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21685587M

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If there was one thing the s had a lot of, it was heroes. The advent of radio and the increasing popularity of national magazines and tabloid newspapers provided an arena for stars to shine. And armies of public relations agents pushed and shoved their clients into the spotlight.

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A wonderful site. Report broken link. The personalities and events of the s thus created today’s entertainment conglomerate of heroes, promoters and advertisers, fans, arenas—and money. Sports as a profit center started with the Golden Age’s heroes and PR artists, and the public’s obsessive interest in sports helped shape America’s emerging mass by: 2.

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Michael Bohn’s Heroes and Ballyhoo is a treatise, a tribute, and a tip of the cap to that special time. Carefully researched and written, this is a book that belongs on your sports bookshelf.”Brand: Potomac Books. American Inventions in the 's for kids The article on American Inventions in the 's provides detailed facts and a summary of the important events and people in the history of the United States - a crash course in American History.

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to American history. Yet, even more than his prodigious list of publications, the initia-tive for which Woodson is best known was inspired by a trend in the s when civic organizations would devote weeks of the calendar to promote special causes, such as Boy Scout Week, Clean-Up Week, or Good Health Week.

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The period had an extraordinary impact, profoundly changing individual sports, establishing the secular religion of sports and sports heroes, and helping bond disparate social and regional.

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The period had an extraordinary impact, profoundly changing individual sports, establishing the secular religion of sports and sports heroes, and helping bond disparate social and regional.

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