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911: A Mass-Media Bibliography
not just spin, folks. Meet the big-lie propaganda.
Walter Lippman (1922). A journalist writes honestly about the media
culture. The art of "engineering consent." Lippman says, "censorship is necessary in order to conduct a propaganda."
The totality of orchestrated propagandas create a "pseudo-environment."
Propaganda by Edward Bernays (1928) The Father of Public Relations writes with candor about his devious craft.
How We Advertised America by George Creel (1920). The author directed the selling of World War I
to a gullible pubic. The Creel Commission included Bernays, Lippman.
of the Masses by
Serge Chakotin (1940). Subtitle: The Psychology of Totalitarian
Political Propaganda. The masses have been "psychically raped." The
conditioned reflex. A history of propaganda and its use in pre-WW II
totalitarian states, (Rare)
Herbert Schiller (1973). The author was at work on media criticism
decades before it became fashionable. Here are case studies of The National Geographic and other
established brain-washing media.
How the Chronicle Invented AIDS by George Trinkaus. An anatomy of the big-lie campaign as conducted by the San Francisco Chronicle, 1981 - 1986.
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