The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-events in America
The author describes how we have flooded our world with pseudo-events and images that tempt us to turn newsgathering into newsmaking, to transform heroes into celebrities, to live not by the American dream but by American illusions.
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From the American Dream to American Illusions?
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