In the “Wizard of Oz,” the Yellow Brick Road and Dorothy’s slippers, which were silver in the book, referenced the era’s debates over the gold standard and use of silver coin.
In the “Wizard of Oz,” the Yellow Brick Road and Dorothy’s slippers, which were silver in the book, referenced the era’s debates over the gold standard and use of silver coin. KansasCity
In the “Wizard of Oz,” the Yellow Brick Road and Dorothy’s slippers, which were silver in the book, referenced the era’s debates over the gold standard and use of silver coin. KansasCity

Wizard of Oz

August 24, 2014 4:00 AM

What does it all mean? Scholars study ‘The Wizard of Oz’

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