How the Constitution Invented Hollywood
powerHouse Books, 9781576877708, 132pp.
Publication Date: January 14, 2015
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And we created Elizabeth Wurtzel: A celebrated writer who has lent her voice to depression, to women scorned, to addiction, and now to the Constitution of our great states. True to form, Wurtzel brings to life the dry document that framed our nation, homing in on one key feature-the Intellectual Property clause-which she credits for everything cool in our country, from Bruce Springsteen and rock 'n roll, to Jeff Koons and his stainless steel balloons, to Half & Half in our coffee. In Creatocracy, Elizabeth Wurtzel has masterfully written a crash-course in American history and the arts, wise and witty, full of humor and insight. This is pop patriotism in book form.
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Praise For Creatocracy: How the Constitution Invented Hollywood…
-The Los Angeles Review of Books
"A great, fun read."
-Sirius XM, POTUS
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