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

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There would be no Democracy Now! without the many incredibly dedicated people who have helped to transform it from a daily election show in 1996 to the largest public media collaboration in the country.

A huge thank-you to those who have taken that daily journey with me, especially my cohost Juan Gonzalez, who has been there from the beginning, and longtime senior producers Kris Abrams and Maria Carrion. The current magicians that keep us on the airwaves every day include Mike Burke, Sharif Abdel Kaddous, Denis Moynihan, Ana Nogueira, Elizabeth Press, Karen Ranucci, Jeremy Scahill, and Mike Di Fillippo.

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  • The Exception to the Rulers - Exposing America's War Profiteers, the Media That Love Them and the Crackdown on Our Rights *
  • Contents *
  • Introduction - The Silenced Majority *
  • 1. - Blowback *
  • 2. - Oilygarchy *
  • 3. - Drilling and Killing: Chevron and Nigeria's Oil Dictatorship *
  • 4. - Crackdown *
  • 5. - Smackdown *
  • 6. - Lockdown *
  • 7. - Lies of Our Times *
  • 8. - State Media, American Style *
  • 9. - In Bed with the Military *
  • 10. - Killing the Messenger *
  • 11. - Sanitized *
  • 12. - Going to Where the Silence Is *
  • 13. - Not on Bended Knee *
  • 14. - Psyops Comes Home *
  • 15. - Things Get Messy with Sally Jessy *
  • 16. - Hiroshima Cover-Up: How the War Department's Times Man Won a Pulitzer *
  • 17. - The People's Airwaves *
  • 18. - Conclusion: Free the Media *
  • Notes *
  • Index *
  • Acknowledgments *
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