4 edition of How TV Changed America"s Mind found in the catalog.
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A decade-by-decade consideration of the major news events since the s and how they were covered on and influenced by television. The events of each decade are divided into five categories—``Confrontation,'' ``Politics,'' ``War,'' ``Heroes and Villains,'' and ``Eye-Openers.'' Many incidents are well known to children (the first moon walk, the assassination of JFK), but others will be.
Get this from a library. How TV changed America's mind. [Edward Wakin] -- Examines how pivotal events of the past fifty years were reported on television and presents a compelling view of how American history was seen and changed by TV cameras.
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