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Topic - Larry Gragg
He writes: "I examined 150 films, over 200 television programs, over 200 novels, nearly 1,500 newspaper articles, and over 200 magazine articles in addition to a large number of relevant secondary works seeking to discover the patterns of images of Las Vegas Americans encountered between 1905 and 2005."
Instead of writing about Las Vegas itself, he tells us how it has been perceived by popular culture.