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📒Media Bias ✍ Tawnya J. Adkins Covert
✏Media Bias Book Summary : Media Bias? addresses the question: To what extent can mainstream news media be characterized as 'conservative' or 'liberal'? The study involves a systematic comparative analysis of the coverage given to major domestic social issues from 1975 to 2000 by two mainstream newsmagazines, Newsweek and Time, and two explicitly partisan publications, the conservative National Review and the liberal Progressive.
📒A Treasury Of Vivid Newsweek English ✍ Francis G. Johann
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📒The 1948 And 1952 Presidential Campaigns As Reported By Time And Newsweek ✍ Eleanor Jean Craig
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📒The Taj Mahal ✍ David Carroll
✏The Taj Mahal Book Summary : Photographs and reproductions of paintings complement this study of Queen Mumtaz Mahal's tomb and the political, social, and cultural life of the Mogul Dynasty in India.
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📒Watching M A S H Watching America ✍ James H. Wittebols
✏Watching M A S H Watching America Book Summary : It has been said that M*A*S*H was a show set in the 1950s which reflected the shifting values of the 1970s and early 1980s. Hawkeye Pierce, Radar O'Reilly, Trapper John McIntyre, Sherman Potter, Margaret (Hot Lips) Houlihan, B.J. Hunnicutt, Frank Burns, Charles Emerson Winchester, Max Klinger--these and the many other characters who populated the MASH 4077 used the Korean War as a backdrop to comment on many of the social issues of their day. Using a unique blend of comedy and drama, the show's first three seasons (1972-1975) focused on the anti-Vietnam War sentiment that consumed much of America. As Vietnam ended, M*A*S*H moved on to concentrate on other contemporary issues--the women's movement, the rise of the religious right in American politics, the new narcissism that marked the early 1980s, the heightened awareness of underage or excessive alcohol use, and the increased emphasis on family in American life. How the series presented these issues and its success in doing so are the subjects of this critical study. An episode listing--brief plot outline, casts and credits, air dates, and titles--is also provided.