The Exception to the Rulers: Exposing America's War Profiteers, the Media That Love Them and the Crackdown on Our Rights

By Amy Goodman; David Goodman | Go to book overview
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Contents
Introduction: The Silenced Majority 1
1. Blowback 13
2. OILYgarchy 41
3. Drilling and Killing: Chevron and Nigeria's Oil Dictatorship 70
4. Crackdown 82
5. Smackdown 103
6. Lockdown 126
7. Lies of Our Times 137
8. State Media, American Style 150
9. In Bed with the Military 169
10. Killing the Messenger 181
11. Sanitized 197
12. Going to Where the Silence Is 216
13. Not on Bended Knee 237
14. Psyops Comes Home 251
15. Things Get Messy with Sally Jessy 278
16. Hiroshima Cover-up: How the War Department's Timesman Won a Pulitzer 293
17. The People's Airwaves 302
18. Conclusion: Free the Media 310
Notes 319
Index 337
Acknowledgments 343

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