This original work considers the way in which power works within
contemporary society. Included are exclusive interviews with Noam
Chomsky, who speaks candidly on understanding power and the cost of
dissent, and with Brian Martin, who speaks openly about the death
of Dr. David Kelly, British weapons expert. Also includes an
examination of "patriotic correctness" and the repression of
dissent in America; post-9/11 media coverage and the war on terror;
and the myth of the objective professional.
Contributors include: Paul Boin, James Winter, Jean Chen, Teresa
Chen, Valerie Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, Robert Jensen, Peter Eglin,
and Jeffery Klaehn.
Jeffery Klaehn teaches sociology at the University of Guelph. He
is the editor of "Filtering the News: Essays on Herman and
Chomsky's Propaganda Model "(Black Rose Books, 2005).
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