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Contents Preface Acknowledgments Introduction: The Press and Power 1 Chapter 1 Press-Politics in America: The Case of the Iraq War 000 Chapter 2 The Semi-Independent Press: A Theory of News and Democracy 000 Chapter 3 None Dare Call It Torture: Abu Ghraib and the Inner Workings of Press Dependency 000 Chapter 4 The News Reality Filter: Why It Matters When the Press Fails 000 Chapter 5 Managing the News: Spin, Status, and Intimidation in the Washington Culture 000 Chapter 6 Toward an Independent Press: A Standard for Public Accountability 000 Appendix A Sources of Documentary Evidence Suggesting a Connection between Abu Ghraib and U.S. Torture Policy 000 Appendix B Methods for Analyzing the News Framing of Abu Ghraib 000 Appendix C Further Findings from the Content Analysis 000 Appendix D Interview Protocol 000 Notes 000 References 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Government and the press -- United States -- History -- 21st century.
Press and politics -- United States -- History -- 21st century.
Journalism -- Objectivity -- United States -- History -- 21st century.