The Real Terror Network: Terrorism in Fact and Propaganda

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Index
Abused Persons, 196-198
Accuracy in Media, 150
Aché Indians, 159
Advertisers and Media, 146
Afghanistan, 59
Agee, Philip, 135-136, 163
Agribusiness, 104, 216
Akhmadi, Heri, 156-157
Allende, Salvador, 95, 161
Amnesty International
Disappearance:A Workbook,16-17
on disappearances, 7-8
on Salvador, 179
on Guatemala, 171-172
Report on Torture, 1974, 3-4, 29, 131
on torture in Chile, 113
Anderson, Benedict, 158
Angola
Cuban policy in, 58
media and, 160-61
South Africa and, 63-64, 73-76
Soviets and, 61
Anticommunist terror, 62-65, 65-81
Arbenz, Jacobo, 34-36, 174-177
Arce, Gomez, Luis, 80
Arendt, Hannah, 7-8, 26
Arévalo, Juan Jose, 35, 36, 175
Argentina, 4-6, 7, 11, 80-81, 112, 113-114
death squads in, 115-118
economy, 92, 107-108, 110-111
"Mad Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo" 30
New York Times on, 184-186
Sterling on, 54-55
Armas, Castillo, 175
Arms flow, 15, 164-67
Arms lobby, 37-38
Arms race, 60, 211, 212
Assassinations
by Cuban exiles, 66
in Guatemala, 175-176
moderate regimes and, 181-182
Associated Press, 147
Atomic energy, 146-147
Austin, Anthony, 17
Authoritarianism, 10, 25-33, 86
Autocracy, 25-33
Avco, 145
Baffico, Victor LaBorda, 115
Balance as media principle, 170-179
Banks, 121, 206, 220
Barahona, Elias, Barahona, 180
Barnouw, Eric, 145-46
Begin, Menahem, 77
Beirut, 13, 76-77
Bell, J. Bowyer, 23-24
Benign terror, 141
Berlinguer, Enrico, 56
Bias in media, 196-199
Bolivia, 50-51, 69-73, 80-81, 90, 186
Bolivian coup, 80-81, 186
Bologna, 62
Bolshevism, 38
Bonner, Ray, 80-81
Bosch, Juan, 11
Bosch, Orlando, 63, 68, 69, 72
BOSS, 54, 75, 63, 66
Bowdler, William, 181
Brazil, 4, 115, 87-88, 111, 118
economy, 92, 97, 104, 107-109, 121, 208
media on, 15-16, 147, 171, 192-193
Sterling on, 51-52
U.S. and, 120, 125, 136-137
Brazil coup, 34, 120, 122, 125
Bunche, Ralph, 42
Bushnell, John, 183-184
Cambodia, 16, 140-144, 167-170
Cardosa, Fernando Henrique, 85, 86
Carlos the Jackal, 63
Carrizosa, Alfredo, Vasquez, 186
Carter Administration, 81, 181, 205
Casaldiga, Dom Pedro, 216-217
Castro, Fidel, 64
Catholic Church, 27-28, 33-34, 36, 150, 171, 179, 181-182
Caute, David, 40, 41
Centrism, in media, 180-184
Chandler, Otis, 149-150
Chile, 4, 7, 13, 69-73, 110, 112, 113-114, 201-02
economy, 92, 95, 109
and U.S., 23, 137
and media, 140-141, 186-191
Chilean coup, 122, 161, 194-195

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