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Technology and CultureLenthall ably demonstrates how radio embodied contradictory elements of 1930s life and served as a screen on which larger social and cultural dynamics were projected. Combined with a highly readable prose style, this would serve a useful viewpoint in courses in U.S. social and cultural history. . . . A solid and highly readable discussion of the relationship of radio to mass culture.
— Alexander Russo