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|Description:||viii, 223 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm|
|Contents:||Breakfast pals: the world before television --
The best to you each morning: Kellogg's in the 1950s --
For breakfast it's dandy: Post in the 1950s --
The big "G" stands for "goodness": General Mills in the 1950s and 1960s --
Kellogg's best to you: the 1960s --
Start your day a little bit better: Post in the 1960s --
Stays crunchy, even in milk: Quaker, Nabisco, and the rest --
Part of a balanced breakfast: the 1970s get serious --
We are the freakies: the 1970s get weird --
How about a vitamin-packed punch? the baby boomers grow up.
A look at the origin and evolution of breakfast cereal advertising and its associated cartoon mascots.
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- Cereal products industry -- United States.
- Advertising -- Breakfast cereals.
- Television advertising and children -- United States.
- Popular culture -- United States.
- Cereal products industry.
- Popular culture.
- Television advertising and children.
- United States.
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