The Great Depression in America: A Cultural Encyclopedia, Volume 2

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 2007 - Depressions - 668 pages
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Everything from Amos n' Andy to Zeppelins is included in this two-volume encyclopedia of popular culture during the Great Depression era. 200 entries explore the entertainments, amusements, and people of the United States during the difficult years of the 1930s.
 

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The husband-and-wife authors are familiar to the Greenwood Publishing circuit, having previously authoredThe 1930s, The 1950s , andMusic of the Great Depression . Here, the pair continues to shoulder ... Read full review

Contents

The Encyclopedia Entries AM
1
Alphabetical List of Entries
ix
Guide to Related Topics
xiii
The Encyclopedia Entries NZ
345
Selected Resources
597
Index
627
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NANCY K. YOUNG is a researcher and independent scholar. She retired in 2005 after 26 years from a career in management consulting. With her husband, William H. Young, she has co-written three recent Greenwood titles, The 1930s, The 1950s, and Music of the Great Depression.

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