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Published on: August 18, 2014
A Whig History of Pop Music

Rock journalist and musician Bob Stanley attempts a full-throated defense of “poptimism” and an encyclopedic account of the American music industry’s rise and fall. Both miss the mark.

J. Arthur Bloom is opinion editor of the Daily Caller, and editor of The Mitrailleuse.
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