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Rethinking radio / Michele Hilmes Radio in the Great Depression: promotional culture, public service, and propaganda / Kate Lacey Critical reception: public intellectuals decry Depression-Era radio, mass culture, and modern America / Bruce Lenthall "Your voice came in last night ... but I thought it sounded a little scared": rural radio listening and "Talking back" during the progressive era in Wisconsin, 1920-1932 / Derek Vaillant Vox pop: network radio and the voice of the people / Jason Loviglio Man of the hour: Walter a. Maier and religion by radio on the Lutheran Hour / Tona Hangen "The tendency to deprave and corrupt morals": regulation and irregular sexuality in golden age radio comedy / Matthew Murray Poisons, potions, and profits: radio rebels and the origins of the consumer movement / Kathy M. Newman Scary women and scarred men: suspense, gender trouble, and postwar change, 1942-1950 / Allison McCracken Radio's "Cultural front, " 1938-1948 / Judith E. Smith Radio and the political discourse of racial equality / Barbara Savage A dark(ened) figure on the airwaves: race, nation, and the green hornet / Alexander Russo Expatriate American radio propagandists in the employ of the axis Powers / William F. O'Connor Now it can be told: the influence of the United States occupation on Japanese radio / Susan Smulyan Before the scandals: the radio precedents of the quiz show genre Jason Mittell "The case of the radio-active housewife": relocating radio in the age of television / Jennifer Hyland Wang Radio redefines it self, 1947-1962 / Eric Rothenbuhler and Tom McCourt Turn on ... tune in: the rise and demise of commercial underground radio / Jack Mitchell Radio by and for the public: the death and resurrection of low-power radio / Paul Riismandel Technostruggles: black liberation radio / John Fiske Scanning the "Stations of the cross": Christian right radio in post-fordist society / Paul Apostolidis Letting the boys be boys: talk radio, male hysteria, and political discourse in the 1980s / Susan J. Douglas Radio's digital future: preserving the public interest in the age of new media / Michael P. McCauley.