An exploration of the importance of trash in American social history describes the virtual nonexistence of trash before the twentieth century during a time when every scrap had a use and discusses the rise of the culture of disposability and its long-term implications. Reprint. 10,000 first printing.

  • United States
  • Economic Conditions
  • Political Economy
  • Social History
  • Civil
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