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Primetime Propaganda: The True Hollywood…
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Primetime Propaganda: The True Hollywood Story of How the Left Took Over…

by Ben Shapiro

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"The story of how the most powerful medium of mass communication in human history became a propaganda tool for one side of the political spectrum: the left side"--

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A bit dated, but fascinating for it's depth and breadth of research. Ben interviewed and quoted many, many people in this book, and they were quite candid about their choices and biases. It's not a book complaining about how liberal news is or broadcast TV is, but a book about the history and possible future of the medium based on the apparent nature of those in charge.
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  jeffhex | Apr 14, 2020 |
A long-winded book that does not deliver what it purports that it will. The "liberal left" - or those that support the Democratic party are the forces that have taken over the television industry and the "conservative right" have been shut out - including the author repetitively tells you - from employment opportunities. There is information on who headed what studios and produced what shows mixed in with the author's rant. A waste of time, and a book which I just scanned page after page after the first two chapters to unfortunately discover that there was no merit. ( )
  CarterPJ | Oct 17, 2011 |
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