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The American celebrity system that scooped him up tends to celebrate the same reassuring combinations of arbitrariness and merit on which Millionaire cashes in, the same ambivalent compromise between equality and hierarchy: stars who trumpet their regularness, millionaires who merit their stardom and their riches exactly because they could be you.
On the other hand is Nixon, who compensated for his lack of wealth and charisma by "[making] a virtue out of his regularness, offering himself as champion of the squares" (20).
Clearly through the regularness of their lives they provided a foundation for an urban society which was undergoing tremendous change.