Thursday, February 01, 2007

Leader in Communications

"But in the early nineteenth century, when the United States was neither a world power nor a primary center of scientific discovery, it was already a leader in communications-in postal service and newspaper publishing, then in development of telegraph, later in the movies, roadcasting, and the whole repertoire of mass communications."

This statement from Paul Starr's The Creation Of The Media is completly true. The U.S has made steps in history with communications that not many countries can not say such as. the scientific revolution , and the protestant revolution. Despite the U.S not being leaders in many agrucultural steps it however has found it's way to be the the leader in technology mainly to say communications. The U.S might not still be the leader in communications with China and Japan taking the lead.


At 11:46 AM, Blogger A. Mattson said...

A good quote and a decent comment but you need to proof read your work. Read it out loud to your self before you publish.


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