Tim Blair


New Criterion



Monday, July 05, 2004
"FOR A WHILE, the sensitive galoot was everyone's ideal - raw, physical, bluecollar, but also tender, vulnerable, noble. ... Even as the man himself decayed, the legacy of that look - Streetcar cred - endured for decades, in movies, in photography, in advertising, in American habits of dress."

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