Cryogenic has an excellent idea and I would readily digest whatever he or you may write on it. Please send me a copy, if I am not being too presumptuous, when you are done.
May I suggest another subject also. Elvis' cultural impact. There is alot of focus on his music, and Elvis the performer, but I believe, equally important, if not more, is his impact on the American culture . He crossed racial, social, sexual, religious and music barriers, unbeknownst to him, like wading across a shallow creek. Then he took all that division and mixed it up and broke it down and it changed our culture. I believe he would be sad today to know that our culture today is one that has become singular and divided, with everyone having to have their own space and identity. He was a nonconformist who, ironically enough, brought everyone together. Gordon Allport . noted socioligist, wrote a dissertation on the "Formation of In / Out groups". Elvis was the antithesis of that. Little did he know that he himself was like the original disciples of Jesus, who at Passover spoke in tongues (the languages of those present , that they did not know) and they were all amazed because here were these uneducated fishermen speaking in different languages, their own and that brought them together. He spoke a common language that people, regardless of race, gender or nationality could relate to.