Debating War and Peace: Media Coverage of U.S. Intervention in the Post-Vietnam Era

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2.1. Affiliations of Guests on MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour31
3.1. Perspectives in New York Times News Section Critical of Invasions of Grenada and Panama 45
3.2. Specific Questions about Invasions of Grenada and Panama 49
3.3. Perspectives on World News Tonight Critical of Invasions of Grenada and Panama 50
3.4. Editorials and Columns in New York Times Critical of Invasions of Grenada and Panama 51
3.5. Guests on MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour Critical of Invasions of Grenada and Panama 51
4.1. Perspectives in New York Times News Section Critical of August and November 1990 Troop Deployments in Persian Gulf 68
4.2. Perspectives on World News Tonight Critical of August and November 1990 Troop Deployments in Persian Gulf 73
4.3. Editorials and Columns in New York Times Critical of August and November 1990 Troop Deployments in Persian Gulf 73
4.4. Guests on MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour Critical of August and November 1990 Troop Deployments in Persian Gulf 75
5.1. Critical Paragraphs, Guests, and Editorials and Columns, Washington Conflict versus Washington Consensus 101
5.2. Impact of Demonstration Stories on Washington Consensus Cases in New York Times108
6.1. Coverage of Somalia on ABC, CBS, and NBC in 1992 123
6.2. Five Phases of Somalia Coverage on ABC, CBS, and NBC in 1992 123
6.3. Chronology of Events and Stories Relating to Intervention in Somalia, July and August 1992 125
6.4. Chronology of Events and Stories Relating to Intervention in Somalia, November 1992 134
A.1. Critical Coverage in New York Times News Section, Washington Conflict versus Washington Consensus 154
A.2. Critical Coverage on World News Tonight, Washington Conflict versus Washington Consensus 154
A.3. Critical New York Times Editorials and Columns, Washington Conflict versus Washington Consensus 155
A.4. Critical MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour Guests, Washington Conflict versus Washington Consensus 155

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  • Debating War and Peace - Media Coverage of U.S. Intervention in the Post-Vietnam Era *
  • Contents *
  • Tables ix
  • Preface xi
  • Debating War and Peace *
  • One - Introduction 3
  • Two - The Spectrum of Debate in the News 17
  • Three - Grenada and Panama 36
  • Four - The Buildup to the Gulf War 66
  • Five - The Rule and Some Exceptions 100
  • Six - Television News and the Foreign-Policy Agenda 120
  • Seven - Conclusion 143
  • Appendix 154
  • Index 157
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