By Ben Fritz, Bryan Keefer, Brendan Nyhan
Publish 12 months note: initially released in 2004
All the President's Spin, the 1st ebook from the editors of the acclaimed nonpartisan web site Spinsanity, unmasks the strategies of deception and media manipulation that George W. Bush has used to promote his schedule to the yankee people.
From his campaigns for tax cuts to the controversy over battle in Iraq, President Bush has hired an unparalleled onslaught of half-truths and strategically ambiguous language to curl and warp the proof. Fritz, Keefer, and Nyhan's robust critique of Bush's list of coverage deception explains why the media has didn't carry him dependable and demonstrates the risk those strategies pose to sincere political debate.
This is the basic ebook for each citizen who desires to know how George W. Bush has misled the kingdom and why, if left unchallenged, all of the President's spin may possibly quickly turn into average perform -- a devastating improvement for our democracy.
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All the President's Spin: George W. Bush, the Media, and the Truth by Ben Fritz, Bryan Keefer, Brendan Nyhan