References
Dwight Macdonald, "Mass Culture," Partisan Review, Vol. 27, No. 2 (Spring 1960), p. 203.
August Heckscher, "The Nation's Culture: New Age for the Arts," The New York Times Magazine, Part II, Section 6, ( September 23, 1962), p. 15.
Current Population Reports, Series p-25, No. 246, Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce, ( March 1962), p. 1.
Estimate made by the American Symphony Orchestra League.
Concert Music USA, Broadcast Music, Inc., ( November 1961), p. 127.
Concert Music USA, op. cit.
Alvin Toffler, "A Quantity of Culture," Fortune, Vol. LXIV, No. 5, ( November 1961), p. 127.
Leonard Bernstein, in an interview in The New York Times, ( September 2, 1960) p. 18.
Concert Music USA, op. cit.
"Summary of Commercial Broadcasting," Broadcasting Magazine, Vol. 62, No. 16, ( April 16, 1962), p. 94.
Concert Music USA, op. cit.
Ibid.
Toffler, op. cit., p. 127.
Ibid., p. 126.
Concert Music USA, op. cit.
"Personal Consumption Expenditures for Spectator Sports," The Survey of Current Business, Office of Business Economics, Department of Commerce, ( July 1962), p. 14.
"92nd Annual Report. Review of the Year. 1961-1962," Bulletin, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Vol. XXI, No. 2, ( October 1962), p. 41.
Ibid., p. 39.
Life, Vol. 49, No. 26, ( December 26, 1960), p. 155. Dr. Leonard Carmichael, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, noted in an address at the Harvard Foundation Law School last June, that attendance at the Smithsonian had increased from 3 million to 7 million in ten years and if one added the number of visitors to the National Gallery of Art and the National Zoological Park (bureaus of the Smithsonian), total attendance reached 11 million.
Toffler, op. cit., p. 126.
Figures from the American Book Publishers' Council and the American Text Book Publishers' Institute.
Estimate made by the American Library Association.
C. J. McNaspy, "The Cultural Explosion," America, Vol. 104, ( December 3, 1960), p. 341.
"American Book Publishers' Council; Net Sales of Books 1952-61," Publisher's Weekly, Vol. 182, No. 6, ( August 6, 1962), p. 48.
Lewis Nichols, "In and Out of Books: Paperbacks," The New York Times Book Review, ( October 14, 1962), p. 8.
Paperbound Books In Print, Vol. VI, No. 4, ( New York: R. R. Bowker Co., Winter 1961- 62)), p. 1.

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