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Here's the real, forgotten meaning of 'the wizard of oz' sara silverstein may 30, 2014, 6:59 am this video file cannot be played(error code: 102630. Rockoff, who saw in the wonderful wizard of oz a sophisticated commentary on the political and economic debates of the populist era,. 'the wizard of oz' book, written by l frank baum and originally many economists and historians insist that the book is a political allegory.
Abstract: l frank baum's the wonderful wizard of oz has become popular as a teaching tool in economics it has been argued that it was written as an allegory. In the decades since the book and film versions of the wizard of oz (as it is now with the gold symbolism of the yellow brick road and the silver symbolism of. The wizard of oz by frank baum is considered by many as an allegory for the populist era this word doc has a character word bank and the major characters . His in-depth analysis of l frank baum's book 'the wizard of oz' shows how this story has always been an allegory for our monetary system.
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The “wonderful wizard of oz” made its debut in american literature in 1900 this fairy tale of a few people trace the moral and symbolic meaning in a story. L frank baum's the wonderful wizard of oz has become popular as a teaching tool in economics it has been argued that it was written as an. The wonderful wizard of oz is one of the world's best-loved fairytales but the story has underlying economic and political references that.