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Selling war in a media age : the presidency and public opinion in the American century / edited by Kenneth Osgood and Andrew K. Frank ; afterword by David Halberstam.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2010
Imprint:
Gainesville : University Press of Florida, c2010.
Format:
  • Book
  • xii, 278 p. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Hail to the salesman in chief : domestic politics, foreign policy, and the presidency / Andrew L. Johns
  • Imperial tutor : William McKinley, the War of 1898, and the New Empire, 1898-1902 / George C. Herring
  • War and the health of the state : the U.S. government and the communications revolution during World War I / Emily S. Rosenberg
  • Selling different kinds of war : Franklin D. Roosevelt and American public opinion during World War II / Mark A. Stoler
  • Cementing and dissolving consensus : presidential rhetoric during the Cold War, 1947-1969 / Robert D. Schulzinger
  • Hard sell : the Korean War / Marilyn B. Young
  • Eisenhower's dilemma : talking peace and waging Cold War / Kenneth Osgood
  • "We need to get a better story to the American people" : LBJ, the Progress Campaign, and the Vietnam War on television / Chester Pach
  • Selling star wars : Ronald Reagan's Strategic Defense Initiative / Paul S. Boyer
  • The ministry of fear : selling the Gulf wars / Lloyd Gardner
  • War, democracy, and the state / Robert J. McMahon
  • Worm's-eye view / David Halberstam.
Contributor:
Osgood, Kenneth Alan, 1971-
Frank, Andrew, 1970-
Series:
Alan B. Larkin series on the American presidency.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9780813034669
0813034663

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