JFK, Jr. managed a revealing populist magazine called "George" which featured really meaningful perspectives on the more digestible qualities of capitalism.

What his work suggested was that social labor could be better coordinated to reflect the more equitable aspects of the free market.

User-friendly populist franchises such as Planet Hollywood (the popular restaurant chain) suggest that civilization is interested in capturing the accessible qualities of capitalism.

This makes the people-friendly work of avant-garde people such as JFK, Jr. and Bill Gates representative of interpretive cultural criticism.

Do these social considerations reflect the market value of ambition-themd Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Coming to America" (1988)?

Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?

God bless!