Drawn Portraits by Tom Pokinko

Harold Innis (economic historian, communications scholar)

Pen & Ink, 2005

“The overwhelming pressure of mechanization evident in the newspaper and the magazine, has led to the creation of vast monopolies of communication. Their entrenched positions involve a continuous, systematic, ruthless destruction of elements of permanence essential to cultural activity”

Harold Innis (economic historian, communications scholar)

( * quote: Wikipedia )

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