By William I. Orr, Stuart D. Cowan
This authoritative instruction manual covers the layout, development, install, and operation of fifty two vertical antennas.
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Amidst the dire American economic crisis, writers in influential opinion journals like the New Republic and the Nation could call for left-wing and Marxist-leaning reforms without slipping out of generally acceptable intellectual currents. 24 A diverse array of intellectuals considered radio from this political ground. None, however, evaluated it more thoroughly than journalist and poet James Rorty. Only author Ruth Brindze came close to explaining the capitalist critique of the medium as fully and to spreading that critique as widely as Rorty.
Critics of mass-consumed radio began by bemoaning the quality of what they could hear on the air. Most, however, moved beyond that, looking both to the causes and effects of that programming. They recognized that the commercial nature of broadcasting created an imperative to find and appeal to a mass audience. And it was this tendency of mass culture that doomed American broadcasting and endangered the place of the individual in modern society. Mass culture devalued personal distinction and free thought, mass-consumption critics said; and in doing so, it threatened to create a world with no room for democracy and cultural uplift.
But theirs was also a point of view that included a structural critique of broadcasting and elaborated upon Rorty’s vision of democracy in a mass society. Democracy, in this view, was an active process, in which diverse citizens could voice their own agendas. The idea that American might exercise their authority by choosing among mass-produced products was an illusion, Rorty implied. A vision in which listeners controlled the air by voting with their tuning dials wrongly equated consumer choice with democratic authority.