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Manufacturing Consent

Manufacturing Consent

by Edward S Herman|Noam Chomsky

Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media is a book by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky, first published in 1988. The title makes use of the catch phrase coined by Walter Lippmann in Public Opinion.
Personal History

Personal History

by Katharine Graham

Personal History is the autobiography of Katharine Graham. It was published in 1997 and won the Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography in 1998. The book received widespread critical acclaim for its candour in dealing with her husband's mental illness, and the challenges she faced in a male-dominated working environment.
Berlin Diary

Berlin Diary

by William L Shirer

Berlin Diary (1934-1941) is a first-hand account of the rise of the Third Reich and its road to war, as witnessed by the American journalist William L. Shirer. Shirer, a radio reporter for CBS, covered Germany for several years until the Nazi press censors made it impossible for him to report objectively to his listeners in the United States; feeling increasingly uncomfortable, he left the country.
A Reporter's Life

A Reporter's Life

by Walter Cronkite

Walter Cronkite lives in New York City and on Martha's Vineyard.From the Hardcover edition.
Veil

Veil

by Bob Woodward

Based on hundreds of inside sources and secret documents, the author reveals the inner operations of the C.I.A., the world's largest and most sophisticated espionage apparatus, its players, and its clandestine relationships throughout the world.
Without Reservations

Without Reservations

by Alice Steinbach

Alice Steinbach, whose work at the Baltimore Sun was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing in 1985, has been a freelance writer since 1999. She was appointed the 1998-1999 McGraw Professor of Writing at Princeton University and is currently a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow. She lives in Baltimore, Maryland.From the Hardcover edition.
Walter Lippmann and The American Century

Walter Lippmann and The American Century

by Ronald Steel

Ronald Steel writes the biography of journalist Walter Lippmann (1889-1974), a man whose role was that of a Washington insider, an adviser to presidents, and an influencer of government policy.
Steel uses conversations with Lippmann and exclusive access to his private papersto tell the tale of Lippmann's career from Harvard, to World War I, to his break with LBJ over Vietnam.
Bancroft Prize (1981), National Book Critics' Circle Award (1980)
Molly Ivins Can't Say That, Can She?

Molly Ivins Can't Say That, Can She?

by Molly Ivins

Molly Ivins was born and raised in Texas. She has been a journalist for more than twenty years and has written for the Texas Observer, The New York Times, Time, and many other national magazines.  She has appeared on the Mac-Neil/Lehrer News Hour, Nightline, The Tonight Show, and Today. She currently lives in Austin, Texas, and writes a nationally syndicated column for the Fort Worth Star.
The Powers That Be

The Powers That Be

by David Halberstam

Dispatches From the Edge

Dispatches From the Edge

by Anderson Cooper

The Next Century

The Next Century

by David Halberstam

Understanding Media

Understanding Media

by Marshall McLuhan

The World Of Jimmy Breslin

The World Of Jimmy Breslin

by Jimmy Breslin

Not So Wild a Dream

Not So Wild a Dream

by Eric Sevareid

Marx and Engels

Marx and Engels

by Karl; Engels, Frederick Marx

The Tumult and The Shouting

The Tumult and The Shouting

by Grantland Rice

Covering Islam

Covering Islam

by Edward W Said

The Nightmare Years

The Nightmare Years

by William L Shirer

American Pictures

American Pictures

by Jacob Holdt

Mass Media Research

Mass Media Research

by Joseph R ; Wimmer, Roger D Dominick

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The Octopus

by Kenn; Keith, Jim Thomas

Writer Danny Casolaro was on the trail of the Octopus when he was found dead in a West Virginia hotel in 1991, becoming part of the most extraordinary political tale of the '90s. The slashes in his wrists were too deep to be self-inflicted. The accordion file with his recent research was missing. He had told his family to be gravely suspicious if an accident befell him. Casolaro had been suicided.Today, Casolaro's "Octopus" – a transnational power bloc pursuing its own interests through subversion and... Read more about this item

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