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As America slowly relaxed its moral codes in the postwar era, pulp novels offered an initiation into the previously hidden demimondes of sex and hedonistic excess. While their cover blurbs feigned shock and disgust, the lurid jackets reveled in illicit danger and excitement. Prominent in America’s gallery of evil were teenagers and drug addicts. Together, they threatened to overrun respectable society and drag the country into a pit of vice from which it would never emerge. Here’s a sampling of the most daring of these jackets—teen temptresses, lawless rock ‘n’ rollers, and crazed gangs hooked on dope and marijuana.
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These kitschy, side–splitting collections of old ads, magazine covers, and book jackets are designed for instant dispatch to friends, family, and loved ones. Each book contains 31 full–color postcards from The Advertising Archives—the most comprehensive image library of its kind in Europe. Little albums of suppressed memories from the Classic Age of Advertising.
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Book Description Prion, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1853753920
Book Description Prion, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB00YZMKEAK
Book Description Prion, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111853753920