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Media Power: Who is Shaping Your Picture of the World?

by Robert Stein

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 059535825X, Paperback)

WHY WE’RE STUFFED WITH INFORMATION BUT STARVED FOR UNDERSTANDING

Three decades ago, Media Power predicted the coming of our 24/7 news culture and how it would make us suffer from “deprivation by surfeit”.
Selected by the Book of the Month Club And the Fortune Book Club

Robert Stein, an award-winning editor, publisher, media critic and journalism teacher, is a former chairman of the American Society of Magazine Editors.

“His inquiry leads ultimately to moral concerns and… he asks the right questions in abundance.”

The New York Times Book Review

“Keen insights…a humanitarian critic.”

Public Opinion Quarterly

“You’ll like it. It’s salty.”

—Arnold Gingrich, Founding Editor, Esquire

“If freedom of the press ever disappears in America it will not be with a bang but a whimper. Well said.”

Columbia Journalism Review

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:30 -0400)

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