The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-events in America Setting & Symbolism

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Salt Lake City, Utah.

Horace Greeley interviewed Brigham Young, the first interview of its kind with a well-known figure.

Mein Kampf

Biography of Adolph Hitler in which he describes the purpose and use of propaganda in order to "convince the masses" to act in particular ways.

Graphic Revolution

Technological advances that made possible the reproduction and large scale distribution of various kinds of media.

Celebrity Register

A compilation of celebrities based on the degree to which they are known by others for being in the news as well as making news.

Roosevelt Field, New York.

Famous departure site for Charles Lindbergh's historic monoplane flight across the Atlantic Ocean to France.

Leicester, England

Originating point of Thomas Cook's first planned tour by train.

Northern Mexico

Site of the first Hilton hotel called the Chihuahua Hilton. Conrad Hilton took over an existing hotel and offered bus tours and other planned...

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