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The 20th century media explosion allows information sharing

I just think of the great treasures which can not be moved to the people. Either because of size, remote locations, or both. The pyramids, the Great Wall of China, the Grand Canyon, etc. The 20th century media explosion of television and print has helped millions of people around the world see these treasures they would never get to see in person. The same media can tell the stories of countries and civilizations of long ago. The art and literature of these cultures need to be shared with anyone who wants to learn about them. Explain

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I thought about what you said and have some comments about this wonderful time we live in:

I was born and spent the first 18 years of my life on a small inland in Southeastern Alaska. Much of that time was before scheduled air service, before television, and before the tremendous increase in speed of communications, as we have today. We led sheltered lives which wasn't all that bad. We had books, we had radio, and we had movie theaters, but we were always behind and ...

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The solution is a personal history of growing up in an isolated environment, and tracking the progress of changes in information sharing.