Publisher:Diane Pub Co
Springsteen's status as a pop icon is indisputable, but he is a potent cultural icon as well. He is a symbol of what's right in America & an heir to Whitman, Lincoln, Steinbeck, King, & other key influences on our national consciousness. He asserts that Springsteen is as influential a figure for our time as Thoreau, Whitman, & Steinbeck were for theirs. As a chronicler of his society & as a catalyst for social change, Springsteen is every bit the equal of his illustrious antecedents. Through cogent examinations of Springsteen's work & personal life, Cullen further explores how Springsteen shapes the ideals of good conservatism to best fit our uncertain times.
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