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The classic work on collective memory and popular culture in the United

TIME PASSAGES: Collective Memory and American Popular Culture
by George Lipsitz
University of Minnesota Press | 328 pages | 2001
ISBN 0-8166-3881-0 | paperback | $19.95

Probes the complicated relationship between postwar America between
historical memory and commercial culture‹popular television, music, and

"What really separates Lipsitz from earlier critics of popular culture is
that he got his rock diploma from the high-school gym, not the Frankfurt
School. Lipsitz knows the color of the labels, the B-sides, the cover
versions." Boston Phoenix Literary Section

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