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Mid-Twentieth-Century America IV - Cafe Hayek
Here’s a t.v. commercial for a Quasar television set made by Motorola. This commercial is from 1972, the year I entered high school. Note especially the “works in a drawer t.v. design for ease of service” feature. Take it from someone who well remembers what television sets were like back then: today’s models, all far less expensive than any ‘comparable’ models from 40 years ago, are...
The British film and television industries
British Film and Television Industries--Decline or Opportunity?, Volume II: Evidence
The rise of modern Japan
Graphs, charts, photographs, maps, and timelines enhance a history of modern Japan.
Reality TV: Remaking Television Culture
Mexico's Hope tells the dramatic story of the making of modern Mexico, treating all the major developments of the past century of Mexican history. Unusually attentive to the contributions of women, Indians, workers, and peasants,Mexico's Hope is informed by the conviction that the country's most promising prospects today lie in the quest of its poorest people for social justice and democracy-from the recent Zapatista uprisings in Chiapas to ongoing electoral efforts on the left.
Can American Manufacturing Be Saved?
This book details how manufacturing developed in America through the industrial revolution and labor movement, analyzes the impact of outsourcing offshore and our nation's trade policies, looks at what various organizations are doing to try to help save American manufacturing, and what we can do as individuals from the perspective of business owners, employees, consumers, and voters to save American manufacturing. Author Michele NashHoff argues that we will not be able to save American...
At Any Cost
"O'Boyle has researched and written a monumental book that should be mandatory reading for all CEOs and anyone concerned with business ethics." --The Philadelphia Inquirer "Superb . . . a spirited study of General Electric, and of its sometimes brilliant, sometimes bungling, but always ruthless boss, Jack Welch." --Chicago Sun-Times With convincing passion and meticulous research, Thomas F. O'Boyle explores the forces behind General Electric's rise to the top of Wall Street, questioning if...
Predicting the summer movie sleeper hit
Since its release in July 2006, "Little Miss Sunshine" has been the sleeper hit that other summer art-house films aspire to be. Opening in just seven theaters during its first weekend, the nutty family road trip comedy went on to rake in nearly $60 million ...
Sprint, Clear Channel join forces to recruit jobs for veterans in the civilian world
Sprint (NYSE:S) and Clear Channel, a leading global media, digital and entertainment company, today announced plans to join forces to help U.S veterans find work after serving their country. The two companies announced they would collaborate on ...
Congress Urge Obama to Seriously Push Human Rights on Friday with Xi Jinping
Even though journalists and live television and radio documented the massacre, the Chinese Communist Party line continues to deny, obfuscate and threaten. In December of 1996 General Chi Haotian, the operational commander who ordered the murder of the ...
The most honest three and a half minutes of television, EVER...
Beginning scene of the new HBO series The Newsroom explaining why America's Not the Greatest Country Any Longer... But It Can Be.