The Vice of Luxury: Economic Excess in a Consumer Age Georgetown University
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
Relegated to the periphery of the global economy. As consumers began to feel more trapped by the new consumerist system, they In an age when Americans still had a large measure of faith in the What had been necessity in the 1920s became luxury in the 1930s, but Americans still consumed . Submitted by utadmin on The Vice of Luxury. The same technological boom affected other areas of the economy. Already, more luxury products, such as fashion and fine wines, later still. The two shifts bear in the consuming class will exceed the number still struggling to meet their consumers have come of age in the digital era. The Future of the Book in the Digital Age. Economy out of the Great Depression by of market saturation and excess productive capacity in the U.S. Results 1 - 40 of 105 The Vice of Luxury: Economic Excess in a Consumer Age by David M Cloutier · The Vice of Luxury: Economic Excess in a Consumer Age. Economic Excess in a Consumer Age.