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An Examination of Television Quiz Show Scandals of the 1950s
Before the television scandals of the 1950s, there were no laws on the books which specifically regulated television quiz game shows. ...
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Fashions of the 1950's: Cultural Meanings & Manifestations
These are just some of the iconographic images we associate with the 1950's. In these images, it looks like a time of blissful happiness and normality, ...
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Fashions of the 1950's: Cultural Meanings & Manifestations
These are just some of the iconographic images we associate with the 1950's. In these images, it looks like a time of blissful happiness and normality, ...
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SYLLABUS
File Format: Microsoft Word 18 “Narration” Discuss Carver Cathedral in Norton anthology and Gallagher Rain Flooding Your Campfire. Discuss “The Character Shift, as against Movement of ...
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Edward R. Murrow, See it Now (CBS-TV, March 9, 1954)
Edward R. Murrow See it Now (CBS-TV, March 9, 1954) "A Report on Senator Joseph R. McCarthy". Murrow: Good evening. Tonight See it Now devotes its entire ...
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Edward R. Murrow, See it Now (CBS-TV, March 9, 1954)
Edward R. Murrow See it Now (CBS-TV, March 9, 1954) "A Report on Senator Joseph R. McCarthy". Murrow: Good evening. Tonight See it Now devotes its entire ...
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Barbie: The Early History
Mattel feared that Barbie's image was too perfect so they decided to create a more personal side of Barbie making her appear more like a real person. ...
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Barbie: The Early History
Amid this romantic scene, Barbie spots Ken, and it's love at first sight. All of the ads for Barbie and her "handsome steady" are a reflection of the ...
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Barbie: The Early History
The following essay follows Barbie's history from 1959 to 1963, covering her .... The Barbie and Ken comic book furthers the portrayal of male and female ...
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Barbie: The Early History
There is evidence of fashion innovations in Barbie's wardrobe. Also, one can see the perception of females by society, such as what they should look like, ...
 
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