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... Radio In 1933, E.B White de d the radio and its influence on his rural community as "godlike presence"(Lewis 26). Radio, first modern mass medium of communication has influenced twentieth century as much as did the automobile. It transformed America into a land of entertainment, education, information exchange, and a common culture. Golden age of radio captured the imaginations of scientists, artists, and common people alike. It brought the world to their doorsteps. It changed the way they think and perceive information. It made people want more of everything, more drama, more entertainment, more information, more music, and more new products. It came with immense power because only a single speaker ...