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The Gospel According to the New York Times: How the World's Most Powerful…

by William Proctor

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The New York Times is the nation's recognized newspaper of record. Through its unparalleled status as the nation's journalistic "bible," and the frequent replication of its views and articles in other media, the Times is literally on our doorstep every day. However, what is not known is that the Times, far from being "objective," is subtly promulgating its own comprehensive worldview and value system, which runs counter to the personal beliefs of many Americans. In The Gospel According to the New York Times, author Bill Proctor exposes the Times' belief system unveiling the mechanism of "Culture Creep," which the Times uses to promote its views.

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