Total Propaganda: From Mass Culture to Popular Culture

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NAME INDEX

A
Abbruzzese, D., 121
Adams, B., 232
Adkisson, C., 253-254
Adkisson, J., 253
Aiello, D., 64
Albright, M., 236
Alexander, J., 101, 233-234
Ali, M., 145
Allen, P., 24
Allen, W., 156-160
Ameche, D., 73
Ames, W., 207
Armey, D., 305-306
Atwater, L., 6

B
Baird, Z., 231-233
Baker, D., 172
Baker, J., 111
Barry, D., 35
Barry, L., 35, 164
Barry, M., 17, 245
Bassett, B., 260
Barshevsky, C., 293
Benatar, P., 107
Bennett, T., 108-109
Bennett, W. J., 130, 164, 186-187
Bergen, C., 94
Berkheimer, M., 239
Berra, Y., 165
Beschloos, M., 211
Bly, R., 239
Bob & Rod, 224-225
Bolanos, M., 48
Bork, R.308
Boxer, B., 232
Borgman, J., 159
Boyte, H., 171
Bradlee, B., 203
Brady, J., 171-172, 210, 265, 317
Brady, S., 265-317
Braun, C. M., 232
Breathed, B., 160
Brinkley, D., 184, 190, 211
Britton, J., 249
Brokaw, T., 204
Brothers, J., 326
Brown, J., 35, 161, 177
Brown, R., 176
Brown, T., 237
Brown, W., 248
Buchanan, B., 251
Buchanan, P. J., 4, 35, 40, 161, 169, 172, 190, 250-251, 276, 284, 313
Buckley, W., 152, 190
Bundesen, L., 48
Busch, G., 146-147
Bush, B., 239
Bush, G., 110-111, 153, 162, 176, 180, 183-184, 186, 203, 210, 217, 261, 264, 277, 280, 282, 286, 291, 296, 299-300, 302, 306, 314
Byrd, R., 305

C
Capote, T., 206
Carlos, J., 148

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