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Advertising in the Great Depression

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*Starred Review* Frequent modern references to the Depression and New Deal programs make this new work particularly welcome. It "provides an overview of the severe economic slump that impoverished countless Americans" and transformed U.S. government, business, and social programs. More than 500 alphabetically arranged articles focus on topics in politics, economics, religion, science, art, and literature, ranging from Abraham Lincoln Brigade to Wright, Richard. Articles are from 300 to 5,000 words in length. The number and variety of photographs illustrate the time period very well and make the work especially ...
was adopted on September 17, 1787; its ratification the following year made the states part of a single republic with a strong central government. The Bill of Rights , comprising ten constitutional amendments guaranteeing many fundamental civil rights and freedoms , was ratified in 1791. In the 19th century, the United States acquired land from France , Spain , the United Kingdom , Mexico , and Russia , and annexed the Republic of Texas and the Republic of Hawaii . Disputes between the agrarian South and industrial North over states' rights and the expansion of the institution of slavery provoked the American Civil War of ...
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Encyclopedia of the Great Depression (2 Vol. Set)
…………………………………………………………….. 1134 pages Publisher: Gacl (November 2003) Language: English ISBN-10: 0028656865 ISBN-13: 978-0028656861 …………………………………………………………….. Frequent modern references to the Depression and New Deal programs make this new work particularly welcome. It “provides an overview of the severe economic slump that impoverished countless ... market research, surveys and trends
Let Freedom Ring!: Why Not Another World War?
There is overwhelming agreement among economists that the Second World War was responsible for decisively ending the Great Depression. When asked why the wars in Iran and Afghanistan are failing to make the same impact today, they often claim that the current conflicts are simply too small to be economically significant. There is, of course, much irony here. No one argues that World War II, with its genocide, tens of millions of combatant casualties, and wholesale destruction of cities and regions, was good for humanity. But the improved American economy of the late 1940s seems to illustrate the benefits of large-scale ... market research, surveys and trends

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ADVERTISING IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION

PQ Media :: Press Releases
– Spending on word-of-mouth (WoM) marketing rose 14.2% to $1.54 billion in 2008, despite the worst economic recession in 70 years, accentuated by secular and structural trends battering traditional advertising and marketing media, according to new research from PQ Media ( www.pqmedia.com ). While year-over-year growth is expected to slow in 2009, WoM spending is on pace to grow another 10.2% this year, placing it among the fastest growing advertising and marketing segments. By comparison, the U.S. economy, as well as the advertising and marketing services sectors are all expected to decline in 2009 for the first time since ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Great Depression (1930's) News - The New York Times
The Great Depression was a worldwide economic crisis that in the United States was marked by widespread unemployment, near halts in industrial production and construction, and an 89 percent decline in stock prices. It was preceded by the so-called New Era, a time of low unemployment when general prosperity masked vast disparities in income. The start of the Depression is usually pegged to the stock market crash of “Black Tuesday,” Oct. 29, 1929, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell almost 23 percent and the market lost between $8 billion and $9 billion in value. But it was just one in a series of losses ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Modest lobbying rise for banks
As the debate over financial reform continues, some of the biggest banks only slightly increased their lobbying spending to fight the bill. AP The Politico 44 / Click Story Widget Requires Adobe Flash Player . As the debate over Wall Street reform raged, some of the nation’s biggest banks only slightly increased their spending on lobbying, according to disclosures filed this week. The disclosures, which cover April 1 to June 30, cover some of the toughest weeks of fighting over the landmark reforms that President Barack Obama signed into law on Wednesday. Goldman Sachs — the embattled banking titan that became a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Lifestyles of Mad Men
Vance Packard’s landmark work of pop sociology from 1957. Reviving the spirit of muckraking to probe the inner workings of postwar affluence, Packard reported on how the ad agencies on Madison Avenue used psychological research to boost the manipulative power of their imagery and catchphrases. To prime the consumer market, habits and attitudes left over from the Great Depression had to be liquidated. Desire must be set free -- or at least educated into enough confidence to be assertive, Advertising meant selling not just a product but a dream. There was, for example, the famous ad campaign portraying women who found themselves ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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The Great Depression in the United States, 1929-1942 http://www ...
1 Mass Marketing & Advertising: Persistence of "American Dream"; Anti-Chain Store Movement ... the Hardest Part” (56-66), in Nishi, The Great Depression ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
History of Gambling in the United States
Examining the history of gambling in North America suggests important conclusions that are useful today in considering policies related to gambling. The United States has had a long history of allowing some forms of legal gambling and a degree of tolerance of illegal gambling. Societal tolerance and acceptance of legal gambling can change rapidly. Scandals and political control by gaming interests have led to backlashes which result in regulation and/or prohibition. Societal standards and laws related to gambling have tended to change back and forth from prohibition to regulation. These changes in law have led one noted ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Advertising and Marketing of Colonial Williamsburg During the ...
The recreation of Colonial Williamsburg embraced and celebrated our country's past like no other effort in history. The initiative of Dr. W.A.R. Goodwin and the philanthropy of John D. Rockefeller Jr. made the vision of restorating this entire city a reality. As a full-time philanthropist, Rockefeller was eager to give back to society from his inherited millions. After temporarily and unsuccessfully funding the temperance movement, Rockefeller recognized that fueling a revival of orthodox religion was a far greater task than was achievable with total results. When the opportunity to rebuild the cultural and ...
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Google Answers: Successful companies and industries during the ...
Hello To begin, not all was gloom and doom during the Great Depression. It was a time when those who knew what they were doing made great economic strides and the very nature of the depression itself was an economic boon for them. It was a time when several companies benefited from aggressive marketing while their rivals cut back. A good example of that would be Kellogg besting C.W. Post during that time. Consumers didn't totally stop spending during the depression, most just looked for better deals and the companies providing those better deals came out stronger after the depression ended. When spending picked ...
How were migrant workers affected during the Great Depression ...
In the USA it happened to coincide with a period of drought in the mid section of the country which resulted in the "dust bowl". This drought lasted for several years and caused consecutive year crop failures and bankruptcy for many farmers in a huge area of the USA. Complicating things was the advent of large scale mechanized farming which allowed one farmer with machinery to do the many times work of farmers who had been using animals such as mules horses and oxen as sources of power. In many parts of the USA large land owners had employed tenant farmers to work their land. one owner might have many tenants living on and ...