This provocative collection of essays explores the interplay
between pop culture and politics, using pop culture as a lens
through which to view political life in the United States. Ranging
from discussions of "Murphy Brown" to rap music to censorship, the
essays encourage critical thinking about the ways in which popular
culture shapes, reflects, and responds to the political climate.
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