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Given the economic rise of the United States of America since its origins, with America becoming the foremost economic power in the world by the late 19th century, the wealthiest men in America were often also the wealthiest men in the world. 1 Fortune's Wealthiest Americans (1957). 2 Klepper & Gunther (1996). 3 American Heritage (1998). 4 Bernstein & Swan (2008). 5 Business Insider (2011).
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Home Browse Books Book details, America in the 20th Century. America in the 20th Century - Vol. 2. By Ann Ang. No cover image. Popular Saturday Evening Post illustrator Norman Rockwell captured America’s middle class perfectly -the contented family in a small town, Victorian home headed by a mother and father. Grandfather or grandmother probably lived nearby; certainly they lived close enough to visit on holidays. Young couples courted on porch swings and made wedding plans, secure in the knowledge that their lives offered promise and possible wealth.
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But his interests ranged widely, and he was devoted to teaching. His senior thesis became his Harvard dissertation and, later, his first book, Voices of Protest. He was fascinated by how both Long and the Rev. Charles E. Coughlin, the chief subjects of that book, had used the radio in the 1930s to mobilize their supporters.
In the early 20th century . audiences also were introduced to classical ballet by touring companies of European dancers. America's first well-known school of painting - the Hudson River school - appeared in 1820. The first American ballet troupes were founded in the 1930s, when dancers and choreographers teamed up with visionary lovers of ballet such as Lincoln Kirstein (1907-1996). As with music and literature, this development was delayed until artists perceived that the New World offered subjects unique to itself; in this case the westward expansion of settlement brought the transcendent beauty of frontier landscapes to painters' attention.
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