BookReviewNotLikeUs

BookReviewNotLikeUs - Not Like Us Book Review In his book;...

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Not Like Us Book Review In his book; Not Like Us , Richard Pells strives to enlighten the reader in regards to the relationship between Europe and the United States in the twentieth century. Pells contends that culture was the most important aspect of transfer between the two entities, including during the time period of the Cold War. He also holds that while both sides were influenced by each other, Europe was as a whole more heavily influenced by the influx of “American” culture. Although while reading the book it was hard to ignore that Pells hints that the “Americanized” culture was that born out of progress and industrialization, which were originally European ideals, borrowed by the American. Not Like Us gives the reader a detailed account of the different vehicles employed by Europe and America to share culture during the twentieth century. It also shows the methods used by European powers to resist the seemingly inevitable “Americanization” of their societies; especially the French, who continue to fight impending globalization. Pells gives us an introduction and quick summary in his preface and goes on to give us
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2009 for the course HIST 1013 taught by Professor Byron during the Fall '07 term at Arkansas.

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BookReviewNotLikeUs - Not Like Us Book Review In his book;...

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