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History of Social Networks 1946–1959
In the uneasy peace created by World War II, social networking could get a person in trouble.
In 1944, Arthur M. Schlesinger described America as a “nation of joiners,” and in the perilous postwar world, Americans continued to seek to reach out ...
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