Warriors of Disinformation

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Arcade Publishing, 1997 - Political Science - 336 pages
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Alvin Snyder worked at the U.S. Information Agency during its heyday and was a key player in the Reagan administration's propaganda war against the Soviet Union. He shows us that the struggle for world domination was fought not by soldiers with guns but by disinformation experts in Washington and Moscow, peddling their own versions of reality to win hearts and minds.
  

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Contents

Toward a Public Diplomacy
12
Cranking Up the Volume
31
Casting Wide the Worldnet
73
Brilliant Pebbles Ethnic Guns and Baby Parts
93
Antenna Towers and Asparagus Stalks
126
Thats Entertainment
143
Clearing the Voice
164
VOA Follies
186
The Mujahideen Go to School
203
The Caudillo of Miami
220
Adventures in the Nanny Trade
251
Public Diplomacy Goes Private
267
Appendices
303
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