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  • Tags: Media and communications

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/1133692.pdf
Drawing on examples both obscure and splashed across the front page, Morrow asks if, ultimately, we can understand evil - or if we even should. From Caligula to Columbine to his encounter with Milosevic, Morrow's stories are drawn from over thirty…

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/1116016.pdf
A history of the Music Corporation of America traces the entertainment giant from its founding in 1924, through its rise to become the most powerful force in the film world under the visionary leadership of Lew Wasserman.

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/1103890.pdf
The author attacks American liberals as naive and disingenuous in their dealings with the world, accusing them of rewriting history to portray themselves as "Cold Warriors" along with conservatives.

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/1023633.pdf
Examines the shaping of political discourse in the United States as it has become increasingly hostile and more trivial, describing how the media's liberal bias has villianized the conservative right and obscured the true issues.

1014084_Schorr_D.pdf
Autobiographical work by journalist Daniell Schorr.

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/1002388.pdf
Leonard Downie, Jr. and Robert G. Kaiser - both reporters and editors at the Washington Post for nearly four decades - take us inside the American news media to reveal why the journalism we watch and read is so often so bad, and to explain what can…

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/980760.pdf
We're all familiar with the warning, "Don't believe everything you see or hear." Bill Press, the popular co-host of CNN's Crossfire, will have you wondering whether you should believe anything at all.

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/952323.pdf
The last of the legendary Edward R. Murrow news team still active in journalism tells of adventures in the McCarthy anti-Communist hearings, Watergate coverage, the CBS bureau in Moscow, and revelations of CIA and FBI misdeeds that brought him before…

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/931577.pdf
From the creator of CNN comes an inside, unauthorized look at one of the great adventure tales of modern media. the tumultuous launch of CNN, the world's first 24-hour, all-news network of photos.

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/881326.pdf
Was AIDS intentionally inflicted upon blacks by whites? Was JFK assassinated as part of an intricate conspiracy? Daniel Pipes traces conspiracy theories through history and convincingly shows how they have been used as common tools of mass…

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/821630.pdf
Americans have a long history of public arguments about taste, the uses of leisure, and what is culturally appropriate in a democracy that has a strong work ethic. Michael Kammen surveys these debates as well as our changing taste preferences,…

http://129.174.21.2/bknotes/plugins/Dropbox/files/796085.pdf
This collection of essays includes materials from Rather's weekly newspaper column, his daily [CBS] radio program, and articles written for magazines and newspapers ... Short essays, most written in 1997 and 1998, are grouped in sections on news from…
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