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Beyond Hypocrisy (paper)

Decoding the News in an Age of Propaganda
Edward S. Herman; Matt Wuerker (Cartoons)
Released 1992-01-01
Herman and Wuerker highlight the deception and hypocrisy contained in the U.S. government’s favorite buzzwords, offering examples of duplicitous terminology, trenchant essays, satirical cartoons, and a cross-referenced doublespeak dictionary.
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The Decline and Fall of Public Broadcasting (paper)

David Barsamian; Amy Goodman (Foreword); Mumia Abu-Jamal (Afterword)
Released 2001-01-01
Barsamian reviews the history of public radio and TV, and questions the liberal image of those institutions.
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Heroes (paper only)

John Pilger
Released 2001-01-01
The international journalist exalts as heroes the ordinary people he has witnessed coping with difficult and often brutal conditions: dissidents in the Soviet Union, and those struggling for freedom in Vietnam, Africa, Central America, and the Middle East.
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Louder Than Bombs (paper)

Interviews from The Progressive Magazine
David Barsamian
Released 2004-05-01
David Barsamian's insightful questions and captivating manner ignite engaging conversations about work, art, and activism in a difficult world. Drawn from the pages of The Progressive, Louder Than Bombs provides a comprehensive introduction to the urgent political issues of our time.
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