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Trapped in the Kitchen: How Advertising Defined Women's Roles in 1950s America
This thesis examines the portrayal of middle-class women and their role in 1950's America. The primary evidence comes from advertisements published in four popular magazines of the decade: Saturday Evening Post, LIFE, Good ...
The Price of Healthiness: The Role of Employers, Government, and Physicians in the Evolution of the Health Care Systems in France and the United States
The United States has one of the most expensive health care systems in the world, yet there are no comparable outcomes associated with access and quality of care. While other countries consider access to health care services ...