PAVILIONS OF PLENTY
The book describes for the first time how federal agencies teamed up with international corporations to ensure that American displays at foreign trade shows presented images of material abundance to counter the Soviet example of rapid industrialization.
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The Chicago Fairs
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1958 Brussels World's abundance administration Advertising Council American Pavilion architects architecture artists atomic Belgian Brass Rail Brussels World's Fair Buckminster Fuller building businessmen Chicago Fair Children's Creative Center Cinerama color Commerce Department commissioner general's Committee Communist consumer products cooperation corporate created Cullman culture D'Amico democratic demonstrated developed displays dome economic Edward Durell Stone Europe European exhibit designers fashion show film folder foreign geodesic dome Harnden Herter hibits House Ibid ideal industrial designers inside International Trade Fair James Plaut Katherine Howard Khrushchev kitchen Leopold Lionni Luce Marshall Plan model home modern Moscow National Nelson Rockefeller Nixon Office paintings People's Capitalism campaign Peter Blake photographs political pool propaganda Report Repplier Rostow social Soviet Spock Sputnik supermarket symbol theme tion Touch of Evil U.S. government U.S. Pavilion Unfinished Work exhibit United USIA USSR visitors wanted women York