The Culture of Fear: Why Americans Are Afraid of the Wrong Things
ISBN 13: 9781572703537
Publisher: Audio Partners
Publication Date: 2003
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"USC sociologist Barry Glassner has written a gutsy exposé of one of the most widespread delusions of our time: misplaced fear. Glassner demonstrates with precision and clarity that Americans today have built what he calls a 'culture of fear' by buying into rumors and hearsay that pass for facts."
Los Angeles Times, 12/9/1999
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