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In the film, when Morrison sees the commercial, he hurls a television across the room in anger and 1 tells the other band members that "something has been lost" in their I selling-out. r However, perhaps the clearest example of the impact of the eco- '^ nomic in the realm of cultural production occurs in The Doors when ^ Stone positions Morrison at an Andy Warhol party in Manhattan. Those who govern, likewise unsettled, then have an excuse to introduce stricter social and legal regulation as a result.

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