|Product Name||The Archaeology Of Consumer Culture (American Experience In Archaeological Pespective)|
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|Short Description||Height:0.24 inches / Length:6.42 inches / Weight:1.01 pounds / Width:0.79 inches|
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|Weight||16 ounces (convert)|
|Author||Prof. Paul R. Mullins|
|Long Description||Sifting through America's historical archaeological record to trace the evolution of consumer culture, the author explores the social and economic dynamics that have shaped American capitalism from the rise of mass production techniques of the eighteenth century to the unparalleled dominance of twentieth-century mass consumer culture.|
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