Brock's penetrating analysis of right-wing media theories and methodology reveals that the Republican Right views the media as an extension of a broader struggle for political power. By tracing the political impact of right-wing media, Brock shows how disproportionate conservative influence in the media is integrally linked to the Republican Right's current domination of all three branches of government, to the propping up of the Bush administration, and to the inability of Democrats to voice their opposition to this political sea change or to compete on an even playing field.
As only an ex-conservative intimately familiar with the imperatives of the American right wing could, David Brock suggests ways in which concerned Americans can begin to redress the conservative ascendancy and cut through the propagandistic fog. Writing with verve and deep insight, he reaches far beyond typical bromides about media bias to produce an invaluable account of the rise of right-wing media and its political consequences. Promising to be the political book of the year, The Republican Noise Machine will transform the raging yet heretofore unsatisfying debate over the politics of the media for years to come.
©2004 David Brock; (P)2004 Random House, Inc. Random House Audio, a division of Random House, Inc.
About why the right wing of the Republican PARTY maintains a LIE compaign towards the Democrat Party...They can not compete on ideas so they lie and try to misinform the public on all issues with their famous Talking Points...They repeat the lies over and over therefore "THE REPUBLICAN NOISE MACHINE".......
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