Cold War Culture: Media & the Arts, 1945-1990

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For at least 45 years, the Cold War was the most important fact of American public life. It conditioned what people thought, said, wrote, watched, read and heard; it shaped politics, journalism, education, art, literature, all forms of popular entertainment and even children's toys. Cold War Culture, a concise A-to-Z guide to the expression of American Cold War sensibilities and the first popular reference work on the subject, records this inescapable influence. Hundreds of entries trace the Cold War's presence in forms and ...

Cold War Culture: Media & the Arts, 1945-1990 2000, Checkmark Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780816042647

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Cold War Culture: Media and the Arts, 1945-1990 1997, Facts on File, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780816031047

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