At the turn of the twentieth century, an emerging consumer culture in the United States promoted constant spending to meet material needs and develop social identity and self-cultivation. In Sold American, Charles F. McGovern examines the key playeFjS to E. Pendleton Herring, May 21, 1935, Box 725, File 342.11, CRP. ... 11 ( September 9, 1937): 107; aC.U. Inc., Objects, a PI 181, no. ... Consumer News, which attempted to unite business and consumers; Smitha#39;s soft-pedaling of business criticism, his dependence on large advertising, and his service to retailers under theanbsp;...
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