- Title Pages
- Introduction Capitalism, Consumption, Commerce, and Music
1Music and Advertising in Early Radio
2The Classes and the Masses in the 1920s and 1930s
3The Great Depression and the Rise of the Radio Jingle
4Music, Mood, and Television
5The Standardization of Jingle Production in the 1950s and After
6The Discovery of Youth in the 1960s
7Consumption, Corporatization, and Youth in the 1980s
8Conquering (the) Culture
9New Capitalism, Creativity, and the New Petite Bourgeoisie
- The Sounds of Capitalism
- University of Chicago Press
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