Homer Simpson Marches on Washington: Dissent through American Popular Culture

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INDEX
ABC, 35n14, 43, 95n19, 114, 125–27, 131, 135–36, 252, 261, 265–67, 273n15, 276n50
Abington School District v. Schempp (1963), 145
abortion, 143, 146, 164n23, 187n28
Academy Award, 3, 9, 15n4, 122n1
affirmative action, 143
Afghanistan war, 3, 14, 87, 176, 185n21, 186n23, 203, 205, 259
African American, 7, 14, 53, 111, 113, 118–19, 121–22, 205, 219–22, 224–34, 234nn2–3, 236n11, 237n21–23, 238n30, 238n33–34, 239n37, 245, 247, 254, 278
Aguilera, Christina, 5
AIDS, 5–6, 27, 173
Air Force One (2001), 59, 70
All Aboard! Rosie’s Family Cruise (2006), 125
All in the Family, 22–23, 29, 33n2, 291
All the President’s Men (1976), 60
American Bar Association (ABA), 121
American Correctional Association (ACA), 119–22
American dream, 115–16, 284
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 193, 195
American Film Institute, 122n1
American History X (1998), 111–12, 114, 118, 121, 122n1
Anderson, Gillian, 79
Apollo 13 (1995), 70
Armageddon (1998), 71
Baez, Joan, 204, 206
Batman, 35n17, 89, 95n20, 95n22
Belafonte, Harry, 5
Bellamy, Edward, 197–98
Benioff, David, 115–16, 119, 121, 123n4
Bergen, Candice, 30
bin Laden, Osama, 32, 86, 185n21, 203
black. See African American
Black Panthers, 205
Blackwater. See military contractors
Bono, 6, 26
Boone, Pat, 208
Born on the Fourth of July (1989), 207
Brokeback Mountain (2005), 17n20
Bush, George W., 11, 40, 44, 60, 72, 203, 207, 222, 231, 252, 258
“buycott,” 5, 26
Campbell, Glen, 205
Campbell, Joseph, 8
Camus, Albert, 103, 106
Capitol Steps, 212, 215
Carpenter, Mary Chapin, 211
carrying capacity, 171–72
Carville, James, 40, 263
Casablanca (1942), 60
CBS News, 263, 271n3
Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 104, 174, 182

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