Calling All Cars shows how radio played a key role in an emerging form of policing during the turbulent years of the Depression. Through close analysis of radio programming of the era and the production of true crime docudramas, Kathleen Battles argues that radio was a significant site for overhauling the dismal public image of policing.
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