Words of Wisdom:

"when your think your fooling them, their fooling you." - Uncivilbanks

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  • Date Submitted: 12/05/2012 02:52 PM
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In the document "Remaking leisure in middletown" was about studies that showed how modernization was effecting the urban comuunity. in 1900 automobiles appeared in middletown and people who bought them usually used a weks check of 35 dollars each month. people were thought of a car as a neccesity and they had to have it. people would give up clothes and food than to give up their automobiles.
The advertisement of listerine began because it was marketed asatreatment for many things. dentists would suggest listerine to patients for bad breath. this also showed the modernization of urban communitites.Because when dentists told people about Halitosis people took it as another necessity.
As for the man no body knows which was written by bruce barton. its a non-fiction book about how jesus is looked at as a role model for buiness man. when bruce was young he was sitting in sunday school learning about jesus. his mind wondered and he didnt care much about sunday school. but as he grew up to be a business man he was fascinated by the wau jesus had great enthusiasism and built a great organization with men who were no better than him.
These documents are about how the world became modemized to the way it is today. reading how automobiles and the little things like listerine became a must in small communitites. its intresting how people dont think of water clothes and food as a necessity yet they would rather give that up just to have a car. Also they way the church and jesus get pulled into this medern change because without the cars and luxuny people always went to church on sundays. and the way bruce used jesus to make buisiness men more successful by writing a book on how he sees jesus as a conquerer of the world.

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