Profit Without Honor: Michael Jackson In & Out of America, 1984-2009

Regina Arnold, Stanford University

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Regina Arnold reflects on the politics of rock concerts and Michael Jackson's performances in the U.S. and abroad. She asks why Jackson, a rare African American rockstar who could sell out stadiums, didn't pursue more concerts in America as a source of profit.

Regina Arnold reflects on the politics of rock concerts and Michael Jackson's performances in the U.S. and abroad. She asks why Jackson, a rare African American rockstar who could sell out stadiums, didn't pursue more concerts in America as a source of profit.