Media and Revolution: Comparative Perspectives

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Originally presented at the 1992 Media and Revolution Conference, held at the University of Kentucky, the essays collected here consider the intriguing question of the influence of media on ... Read full review

Contents

Media and Revolutionary Crisis
12
Grub Street and Parliament at the Beginning of
31
Propaganda and Public Opinion in
48
The Enticements of Change and Americas
74
The Revolutionary Word in the Newspaper
90
The Persecutor of Evil in the German
98
Antislavery Civil Rights and Incendiary Material
115
American Cartoonists and a World
136
Pravda and the Language of Power in
156
Press Freedom and the Chinese Revolution
174
Mass Media and Mass Actions
189
Mass Media and the Velvet Revolution
220
Contributors
233
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Page 13 - A newspaper is not only a collective propagandist and a collective agitator; it is also a collective organizer.

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