Table of contents for The media and the war on terrorism / Stephen Hess, Marvin Kalb, editors.


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Contents
1. Introduction
Section 1   The Media and the Government: World War II to the End of the Twentieth Century
2. Lessons of Wars Past
Peter Arnett, Stanley Karnow, Ted Koppel, Daniel Schorr, and Barry Zorthian
3. Presidential Press Secretaries 
Joe Lockhart, Michael McCurry, Dee Dee Myers, and Ron Nessen
4. National Security Decisionmakers 
Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, James R. Schlesinger, and R. James Woolsey
5. The CNN Effect 
Lawrence S. Eagleburger, Claus Kleber, Steven Livingston, and Judy Woodruff
Section 2    War in Afghanistan: The Early Stages
6. The Pentagon and the Press 
Victoria Clarke, Pentagon Military Officials, and Washington News Bureau Chiefs
7. Three Months Later 
Victoria Clarke, Michael Getler, Bernard Kalb, and Sanford J. Ungar
Section 3    The Journalists' Dilemma: Three Stories
8. The Hart-Rudman Commission Report 
Thomas Kunkel, Susan Page, Warren B. Rudman, and Bob Schieffer
9. The Anthrax Attacks and Bioterrorism 
Ceci Connolly, Susan Dentzer, Kevin Keane, and Jonathan B. Tucker
10. Dissent 
Alex Arriaga, Peter D. Hart, Mark Jurkowitz, Geneva Overholser, Robert Siegel
Section 4    Reporting from the Field:  Three Sites
11. Afghanistan 
Michael Gordon, Carol Morello, Lois Raimondo, Tom Squitieri, and Kevin Whitelaw
12. The Middle East 
Glenn Frankel, Todd Purdum, David Shipler, and Robin Wright
13. Foreign Correspondents in Washington 
Hafez Al-Mirazi, Jose Carreno, Yasemin Congar, Toby Harnden, Rudiger Lentz, Jean-Jacques Mevel, and Andrei K. Sitov
Section 5    From Different Perspectives	
14. Public Diplomacy or Propaganda? 
Karen DeYoung, Thomas A. Dine, Joseph Duffey, and Christopher Ross
15. Congress
Candy Crowley, Thomas Donilon, Mort Kondracke, and James Lindsay
  
16. Public Opinion 
Jill Abramson,  David S. Broder, Margaret Carlson, Andrew Kohut, William Kristol, and Tom Rosenstiel
17. Overview
Lloyd N. Cutler, Lee H. Hamilton, Harry C. McPherson, and James Sasser
Section 6    9/11 and Beyond
18. Running toward Danger
E .J. Dionne Jr., John McWethy, Alan Murray, and Alicia C. Shepard
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Terrorism Press coverage, War Press coverage, Terrorism and mass media