Archie Bunker for President: Television Entertainment and the Transformation of American Politics in the 1970s

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Over the seventies, the relationship between television entertainment and politics changed as politicians, interest groups, advocacy organizations, and grassroots activists engaged with television. All in the Family, the most popular show on television throughout the 1970s, was at the center of the campaigns - of support and of protest - that came to transform both television and politics.
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