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Not a Conspiracy Theory How Business Propaganda Hijacks Democracy

Donald Gutstein

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ISBN 10: 1554701910 / ISBN 13: 9781554701919
Published by KEY PORTER BOOKS, 2009
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Title: Not a Conspiracy Theory How Business ...

Publisher: KEY PORTER BOOKS

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition:Poor

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Citizens often complain that their politicians are greedy, corrupt, double-talking, and unqualified but the complaint that perhaps rouses the most anger is the most fundamental: the charge that politicians aren’t listening to their constituency. In Not a Conspiracy Theory, Gutstein posits that they may not be. In a deft treatise on the modern political machine, Gutstein describes the prolonged propaganda campaigns mounted by big business to change our minds on fundamental issues of social life. Arguing that politicians are more swayed by the corporate sector than we’d like to believe, Gutstein illuminates a troubling trend in modern politics, making this book a must-read for students of democracy, activists of any stripe, and citizens who want to wrest control of their government from the clutches of the business world.

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DONALD GUTSTEIN teaches in the school of communication at Simon Fraser University and is the author of three acclaimed but controversial books: e.con: How the Internet Undermines, The New Landlords, Democracy and Vancouver Ltd. He has studied the media for more than ten years as co-director of Project Censored and NewsWatch Canada and has written many articles for magazines and online sites devoted to media and social policy. He lives in Vancouver, BC.

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