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Radio's Impact in 1930s America
A look at radio's impact on Americans in the 1930s.
# 124209 | 1,000 words | 19 sources | MLA | 2008 | US

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This paper describes how 1930s radio impacted Americans, including FDR's fireside chats, programs like Amos 'n' Andy, and the War of the Worlds broadcast.

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"America in the 1930s was still reeling from the crash of the stockmarket and the resulting Great Depression that began in 1929 and that by 1930, had caused one-third of the country's population to become unemployed. This backdrop made radio a much more important component of American life than before, and Radio infiltrated all aspects of American life, filling it with music, news, entertainment and advertisements. Unlike the medium of newspaper..."

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