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Martin’s Press- Political Science – pages. In this passionate, controversial critique of the news media, Michael Parenti examines the subtle but profound ways in incenting the media influence and manipulate the public’s perception of reality.
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I wish I wasn’t such a slow reader. Be prepared to cancel your cable In order to get to the news that really matters and the truth, we have to dig deep.
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He argues really concisely, anticipating every counterargument, and exposing the reader to a radical new world view, but he never loses himself in technical jargon. I’m only half way paeenti this book and already it’s one of the most concise and penetrating critiques of the Mass Media in America that I’ve ever read.
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