29 Nov '16, 12pm

How Consumerism Is Used to Control Society

How Consumerism Is Used to Control Society

Bernays would go on to work for the next four presidents after Coolidge, all the way up to Eisenhower in the late ‘50s, a position of influence that helped weave consumerism into the fabric of the American society. Cultural historian, Ann Douglas would later describe him as the man “who orchestrated the commercialization of culture” and he would inspire countless other marketers and corporate psychologists-for-hire over the decades, who would further reinforce his vision of the world.

Full article: http://www.highsnobiety.com/2016/11/29/consumerism-social...

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