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From Elvis to E-mail: Trends, Events, and Trivia from the Postwar Era to the End of the Century Hardcover – July, 1999

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Paul Dickson has written more than 44 books on popular culture, language, humor, and history. He is a frequent guest on nationally broadcast radio and television programs and is the author of The Official Rules and Explanations, also from Federal Street Press.

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From Elvis to E-mail answers questions great and small, including:

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