The American President in Popular Culture

The American President in Popular Culture Author: -
eBook Title: The American President in Popular Culture
ISBN10: 031332705X
ISBN13: 978-0313327056
Language: English
Publisher: Greenwood (July 30, 2005)
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Size ePub vers.: 1283 kb
Size PDF vers.: 1592 kb
Other formats: cb7, odf, pdf, azw, ibooks, mobi
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 340
Pages: 232 pages

The American presidency has held a unique role within the realm of the nation's culture. From the character of George Washington in early American mythology, to Richard Nixon's now famous utterance of Sock it to me!? on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In to George W. Bush waving the starting flag at a NASCAR event, the leader of the executive branch has often taken stage in the forum of American popular culture. This edited collection presents chapters that survey the ways popular culture has both reflected and been influenced by presidents throughout history. Chapters focus on Birthplaces and Homes; Drama; Film; Libraries; Memorabilia; Magazines and Tabloids; Myths, Legends, Stories and Jokes; Newspapers; Paintings and Sculptures; Political Cartoons and Comics; Popular Music; Radio; and Television. A timeline traces intersections of the presidency and popular culture, and a subject index provides an additional resource for researchers.

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