Tell Me Lies : How the Media Mis-Reported and Distorted the Attack on Iraq

By: Miller, David

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Tell Me Lies : How the Media Mis-Reported and Distorted the Attack on Iraq by Miller, David (editor)
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London, United Kingdom: Pluto Press, 2004. 310pp What did the media tell us in the run up to war on Iraq? Was it all true? Where are the weapons of mass destruction? This book is for everyone who is appalled by the duplicity and misinformation churned out by the media in the lead up to war with Iraq, and in its long and continuing aftermath. Written by some of the world's leading journalists and commentators, it's a scathing indictment of the media's role in creating public support for a war which, day by day, is taking a heavy toll in coalition and Iraqi lives, and which threatens to create further instability and resentment of the US throughout the Middle East. / Critics, activists and journalists from both sides of the Atlantic destroy the idea that the mainstream media have anything to do with objectivity and balance. The propaganda machinery of the UK and US in the Iraq war is exposed as fundamentally dishonest and as a significant threat to freedom of thought and expression. / The book draws on the experience of leading anti-war and media activists to provide analysis and guidance on how to resist the media war. / Contributors include John Pilger, Noam Chomsky, Robert Fisk, Edward Herman, Mark Thomas, Mark Steel, Phillip Knightley, Tim Llewelyn. Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall.

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