A consumers republic was born at the end of the second world war. And though it was genuinely intended to be a tide lifting all boats, it has increased economic inequality and created isolation where public space once was central. On this show Harvard history professor and author Lizabeth Cohen talks about her book on the undermining of the public sector and the politics of mass consumption. The Consumers Republic came from top down, now she says change must come from the bottom up.

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