Table of contents for War made easy : how presidents and pundits keep spinning us to death / Norman Solomon.

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Prologue: Building Agendas for War
Chapter One -- America Is a Fair and Noble Superpower
Chapter Two -- Our Leaders Will Do Everything They Can to Avoid War
Chapter Three -- Our Leaders Would Never Tell Us Outright Lies
Chapter Four -- This Guy Is a Modern-Day Hitler
Chapter Five -- This Is About Human Rights
Chapter Six -- This Is Not At All About Oil or Corporate Profits
Chapter Seven -- They Are the Aggressors. Not Us.
Chapter Eight -- If This War Was Wrong, Congress Would Prevent It
Chapter Nine -- If This War Was Unjust, The Media Would Tell Us
Chapter Ten -- Media Coverage Brings War Into Our Living Rooms
Chapter Eleven -- Anti-War Americans Are Anti-American and Help the Enemy
Chapter Twelve -- This Is a Necessary Battle in the War On Terrorism
Chapter Thirteen -- What the U.S. Government Needs Most Is Better PR
Chapter Fourteen -- The Pentagon Fights Wars as Humanely as Possible
Chapter Fifteen -- Our Soldiers Are Heroes, Theirs Are Inhuman
Chapter Sixteen -- America Needs the Resolve to Kick the "Vietnam Syndrome"
Chapter Seventeen -- Withdrawal Would Cripple U.S. Credibility

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

War -- Press coverage -- United States.
Press and politics -- United States.
Government and the press -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 20th century.