The myth of the liberal media: an Edward Herman reader
Case studies of major media institutions - the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Philadelphia Inquirer - are supplemented by detailed analyses of "word tricks and propaganda" and the media's treatment of topics such as Third World elections, the Persian Gulf War, the North American Free Trade Agreement, the fall of Suharto, and corporate Junk science."--BOOK JACKET.
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