The Republican Noise Machine

The Republican Noise Machine

Right Wing Media and How It Corrupts Democracy

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Over the last several decades, the GOP has built a powerful media machine-newspapers and magazines, think tanks, talk radio networks, op-ed columnists, the FOX News Channel, Christian Right broadcasting, book publishers, and high-traffic Internet sites-to sell conservatism to the public and discredit its opponents. David Brock's penetrating analysis of news stories, from the disputed 2000 presidential election to the war in Iraq to the political battles of 2004, reveals that this booming right-wing media market is largely based on bigotry, ignorance, and emotional manipulation closely tied to America's long-standing cultural divisions and the buying power of anti-intellectual traditionalists. Writing with verve and deep insight, Brock reaches far beyond typical bromides about media bias to produce an invaluable account of the rise of right-wing media and its political consequences. Book jacket.
Publisher: New York : Random House Large Print, [2004]
Edition: First large print edition.
Copyright Date: ©2004
ISBN: 9780375433085
Branch Call Number: 320.520973 B782B
Characteristics: x, 705 pages (large print) ; 24 cm


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