Seeing Through the Eighties: Television and Reaganism

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The 1980s saw the rise of Ronald Reagan and the New Right in American politics, the popularity of programs such as thirtysomething and Dynasty on network television, and the increasingly widespread use of VCRs, cable TV, and remote control in American living rooms. In Seeing Through the Eighties , Jane Feuer critically examines this most aesthetically complex and politically significant period in the history of American television in the context of the prevailing conservative ideological climate. With wit, humor, and ...

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Seeing Through the Eighties: Television and Reaganism
1996, British Film Institute, New York

ISBN-13: 9780851705989

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Seeing Through the Eighties: Television and Reaganism
1995, Duke University Press

ISBN-13: 9780822316879

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Seeing Through the Eighties: Television and Reaganism
1995, Duke University Press

ISBN-13: 9780822316756

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