The Wizard of OZ and Populist Politics in Kansas in the late 1800's
THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ AND THE POPULIST POLITICS UPON WHICH THE STORY IS GROUNDED!! from: RED FEATHER INSTITUTE For Advanced Studies in Sociology
in The Wonderful Land of Oz by T. R. Young, Official Socialist Historian of The Great and Wondrous Land of Oz
Notes On My Interpretation of Baum's Work:
Self-Proclaimed Official Socialist Historian
of the Great and Glorious Land of
Oz: Land of the Winkies, Gillkins,
Munchins and Quadlings.
How the 1973 Pink Floyd album "Dark Side of the Moon" is really an alternate sound track for "The Wizard of Oz".
Biography of Frank Baum
On line libraries of electronic books.
E-books by L. Frank Baum
The Master Key, An Electrical Fairy Tale Founded Upon The Mysteries Of Electricity by L. Frank Baum
A short review by a student
A review of "Dark Side of the Rainbow" by Pink Floyd
The first critical review of "The Wizard of Oz" by Marvin Gardner and Russel Nye
Wizard of Oz movie page
Dark Side of the Moon page
An analysis of why Pink Floyd made Dark Side of the Moon and the connection with Money and Oz
Applying the Wizard of Oz Technique to the Study of Multimodal Systems
Reviews and Commentary for History of Money : From Sandstone to Cyberspace
Cases in point range from an appreciation of Edward Bellamy's prediction of credit cards in his utopian novel Looking Backward (1888) through a discussion of the ways in which L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900) made an allegorical case for bimetallism. An entertaining, on-the-money introduction to precisely what makes the world go 'round.
THE WIZARD OF OZ & THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
Marcia's Wizard of OZ Page (best collection of pictures)
Subject Index Page
bbott's home page