Kenneth J Harvey: The twentieth century, particularly the period following the proliferation of television, will, perhaps, be regarded in history as the decades when people, particularly in North America, as they are the newest of cultures, lost their lives to the lives of strangers, scripted to resemble them in vague ways combined with the product of what a homogenous human is intended to be, as dictated by the standard sit-com living room, the California beach, the streets of New York, the mean-girl high school, the animated feel-good laugh-a-thon, the romantic comedy…. This is what we all are becoming.

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