6 edition of Culture in an age of money found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Nicolaus Mills.|
|LC Classifications||E169.12 .C78 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||254 p. :|
|Number of Pages||254|
|LC Control Number||90037347|
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$ Culture in an Age of Money: The Legacy of the s in America (Paperback) - Common Paperback – January 1, by Edited by Nicolaus Mills (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Edited by Nicolaus Mills. Summary: Fifteen brilliant essays on the kind of culture created by the "magic of the marketplace" in s America, from architecture to the yuppie ascendancy.
"Amusing, caustic and cleverly makes Culture in an Age of Money fun to read is its refreshing candor.". Get this from a library. Culture in an age of money: the legacy of the s in America. [Nicolaus Mills;] -- Essays by 15 observers on the cultural legacy of the Reagan years.
Themes (and chapter titles) are: Money and its Technologies; Money and its Ideas; Money, Ritual, and Religion; Money and the Everyday; Money, Art, and Representation; Money and its Interpretation; Money and the Issues of the Age The total extent of the pack is approximately 1, pages.
Each volume opens with a Series Preface, an Introduction, and Notes on Contributors and concludes with. They also need to be understood in the context of the culture of Old Money. The second section of the book is entitled How Old Money Does It. This section details the techniques used for decades by affluent, privileged families as they structure their lives and acquire possessions, including clothing, cars, and home furnishings.
Age of Betrayal is a brilliant reconsideration of America's first Gilded Age, when war-born dreams of freedom and democracy died of their impossibility. Focusing on the alliance between government and railroads forged by bribes and campaign contributions, Jack Beatty details the corruption of American political culture that, in the words of Rutherford B.
Hayes, transformed “a government of Reviews: Popular culture teaches that Old Money falls within one of two categories: 1) an OMG is loaded with money earned by an ancestor and is submersed in luxury and wanton spending or 2) has an ancestor who earned a lot of money, but the descendants are now slowly sliding towards poverty while maintaining appearances with a creaky old house somewhere.
2. Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It by Louis D. Brandeis Tasked by then-President elect Woodrow Wilson in to explain the harm associated with the massive money trusts operated.
The Birth of Mass Culture During the s, many Americans had extra money to spend, and they spent it on consumer goods such as ready-to-wear clothes and home appliances like electric refrigerators. The best books of the year so far. By Lindsay Baker. Books. Short stories for every taste and mood.
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Buy Culture and Economy in the Age of Social Media 1 by Fuchs, Christian (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. This book describes the privileges, pitfalls, rituals, and worldview of America's old- money elite - those fortunate few whose families have been wealthy for at least several generations, enabling the money to become institutionalized and its holders to be freed from the concerns that consume the lives of their less entitled compatriots/5(8).
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The book has been translated into over 20 languages. It's a definite guide to various versions of money and its impact on culture.
Money in terms of age is only at its beginning. The future will see money evolve above the governments controlling it with the advent of e-money. The success of e-money will be death knell for paper money outside government control/5().
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Americans' Beliefs About Money. The social rules about money in American culture can be confusing. On one hand, Americans are told to be responsible with money. If you break this rule, or if you even appear to be irresponsible with money, you might feel stress, fear and a.
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Scott Fitzgerald's novel depicted the heyday of the s—and foreshadowed the doom that would follow. Women book tours and activities 67% of the time Women are over 10% more likely to take out loans for the sake of taking a vacation (Bustle) Of people who traveled in24% were solo travelers, 47% were adults, and 29% were adults with children (US Travel Association).