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The Selling Of 9/11: How a National Tragedy Became a Commodity
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From American flag decals and replicas of the World Trade Center to an emotionally fueled advertising campaign for "The New York Times, the marketing and commodification of September 11 reveals the contradictory processes by which consumers in the U....

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9/3/2005
Hardcover, Unabridged
Palgrave Macmillan
Literary Criticism
304
9781403968173
1403968179
0.75" H x 8.48" L x 5.49" W
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The Selling Of 9/11: How a National Tragedy Became a Commodity

The Selling Of 9/11: How a National Tragedy Became a Commodity

Hardcover
Palgrave Macmillan