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What Liberal Media by Eric Alterman

What Liberal Media

Description : Refuting the claim that mainstream media has a liberal slant, the author exposes the fallacy of a left-wing conspiracy, arguing that it is corporate news structure that determines what the public sees and hears in broadcast or print media.

Subtitle : The Truth about Bias and the News

Authors : Eric Alterman

Published Date : 2003-01

Publisher : Basic Books (AZ)

ISBN : UOM:39015056164687

Page : 322 Pages

Categories : Language Arts & Disciplines

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