Soft-Soaping Empire – Commodity racism and imperial advertising By as McClintock points out the Victorian bathroom can be seen as the. Chapter 5, Soft-soaping empire: commodity racism and imperial advertising Type: Chapter; Author(s): Anne McClintock; Page start: ; Page end: Type: Chapter; Author(s): Anne McClintock; Date: (electronic book). Is part of Book. Title: Imperial Leather: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Colonial.
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