Herbert I. Schiller (1919-2000) has been called America's most original and influential media analyst of the left in the twentieth century. Maxwell's timely book fuses biography and history in a digest of Schiller's major works to reveal their continuing relevance for critical communication studies. Visit our website for sample chapters!
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Becoming a Critic of American Empire
The MilitaryIndustrialCommunicationEntertainment Complex
Mind Management and the Shaping of the Informational
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