The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-events in America Character Descriptions

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Charles Lindbergh - This individual made a historic flight across the Atlantic Ocean in a single propeller plane.

Thomas Cook - This individual was a pioneer in the making and marketing of conducted tours beginning in the mid 1800s.

Karl Baedeker - This individual was the pioneer of guidebooks, in particular those that gave a kind of script to the locals on how to behave.

De Witt Wallace - This was the founder of the Reader's Digest.

PT Barnum - This notorious pioneer in advertising purchased Scudder's American Museum in the early 1800s and added jugglers, ventriloquists, giants, dwarfs, etc. to the already available attractions.

Conrad Hilton - This individual started a famous hotel chain by acquiring a hotel in Mexico.

Donald O'Neill - This Muzak designer suggested his company was not so much in the business of music but more the business of programming.

Walter Lippman...

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