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The War in American Culture explores the role of World War II in the transformation of American social, cultural, and political life. World War II posed a crisis for American culture: to defeat the enemy, Americans had to unite across the class, racial and ethnic boundaries that had long divided them. Exploring government censorship of war photography, the revision of immigration laws, Hollywood moviemaking, swing music, and popular magazines, these essays reveal the creation of a new national identity that was pluralistic, but also controlled and sanitized. Concentrating on the home front and the impact of the war on the lives of ordinary Americans, the contributors give us a rich portrayal of family life, sexuality, cultural images, and working-class life in addition to detailed consideration of African Americans, Latinos, and women who lived through the unsettling and rapidly altered circumstances of wartime America.
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The War in American Culture Exploring the role of World War II in the transformation of American social, cultural and political life, this book includes essays covering topics as varied as government censorship, Hollywood movie-making, swing music, family life, sexuality, cultural images and working-class life. Full description
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Book Description University Of Chicago Press, 1996. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110226215113
Book Description University of Chicago Press, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0226215113