Stop Complaining About "The Masses," and "Middle American" Tastes In Pop Culture

From ThinkProgress Thu Jan 31 2013, 14:03:35

Over at NPR, Linda Holmes has a lovely post about the fallacies of pretending that "the masses" or "Middle America" are some sort of homogenous block of cultural consumers, or that "the lowest common denominator" is something we should have contempt for, rather than embrace: I've always found the lowest common denominator kind of a [...]

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