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Title The media and the war on terrorism / Stephen Hess, Marvin Kalb, editors.
Imprint Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, [2003]

Subject Terrorism -- Press coverage.
War -- Press coverage.
Terrorism and mass media.
Alt Name Hess, Stephen.
Kalb, Marvin L.
Brookings Institution.
Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy.
Description xv, 307 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Note "Cosponsored by the Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy, Harvard University."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part One, The media and the government: World War II to the end of the twentieth century. Lessons of past wars / Peter Arnett ... [et al.]. Presidential press secretaries / Joe Lockhart ... [et al.]. National security decisionmakers / Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, James R. Schlesinger, and R. James Woolsey. The CNN effect / Lawrence S. Eagleburger ... [et al.] -- Part Two, War in Afghanistan : the early stages. The pentagon and the press / Victoria Clarke ... [et al.]. Three months later / Victoria Clarke ... [et al.] -- Part Three, The journalists dilemma: three stories. The Hart-Rudman Commission report / Thomas Kunkel ... [et al.]. The anthrax attacks and bioterrorism / Ceci Connolly ... [et al.]. Dissent / Alex Arriaga ... [et al.] -- Part Four, Reporting from the field: three sites. Afghanistan / Michael Gordon ... [et al.]. The Middle East / Glenn Frankel ... [et. al.]. Foreign correspondents in Washington / Hafez-Al-Mirazi ... [et al.] -- Part Five, From different perspectives. Public diplomacy or propaganda? / Karen DeYoung ... [et al.]. Congress / Candy Crowley ... [et al.]. Public opinion / Jill Abramson ... [et al.]. Overview / Lloyd N. Cutler ... [et al.] -- Part Six, 9/11 and beyond. Running toward danger / E.J. Dionne, Jr ... [et al.]
ISBN 0815735812 (pbk.)
OCLC # 51977940
Table of Contents
Pt. 1The Media and the Government: World War II to the End of the Twentieth Century15
2Lessons of Wars Past / Peter Arnett, Stanley Karnow, Ted Koppel, Daniel Schorr, Barry Zorthian17
3Presidential Press Secretaries / Joe Lockhart, Michael McCurry, Dee Dee Myers, Ron Nessen30
4National Security Decisionmakers / Jeanne J. Kirkpatrick, James R. Schlesinger, R. James Woolsey47
5The CNN Effect / Lawrence S. Eagleburger, Claus Kleber, Steven Livingston, Judy Woodruff63
Pt. 2War in Afghanistan: The Early Stages83
6The Pentagon and the Press Pentagon Military Officials / Victoria Clarke85
7Three Months Later / Victoria Clarke, Michael Getler, Bernard Kalb, Sanford J. Ungar95
Pt. 3The Journalist's Dilemma: Three Stories111
8The Hart-Rudman Commission Report / Thomas Kunkel, Susan Page, Warren B. Rudman, Bob Schieffer113
9The Anthrax Attacks and Bioterrorism / Ceci Connolly, Susan Dentzer, Kevin Keane, Jonathan B. Tucker124
10Dissent / Alex Arriaga, Peter D. Hart, Mark Jurkowitz, Geneva Overholser, Robert Siegel145
Pt. 4Reporting from the Field: Three Sites161
11Afghanistan / Michael Gordon, Carol Morello, Lois Raimondo, Tom Squitieri, Kevin Whitelaw163
12The Middle East / Glenn Frankel, Todd Purdum, David Shipler, Robin Wright183
13Foreign Correspondents in Washington / Hafez Al-Mirazi, Jose Carreno, Yasemin Congar, Toby Harnden, Rudiger Lentz, Jean-Jacques Mevel, Andrei K. Sitov198
Pt. 5From Different Perspectives221
14Public Diplomacy or Propaganda? / Karen DeYoung, Thomas A. Dine, Joseph Duffey, Christopher Ross223
15Congress / Candy Crowley, Thomas Donilon, Mort Kondracke, James Lindsay237
16Public Opinion / Jill Abramson, David S. Broder, Margaret Carlson, Andrew Kohut, William Kristol, Tom Rosenstiel250
17Overview / Lloyd N. Cutler, Lee H. Hamilton, Harry C. McPherson, James Sasser263
Pt. 69/11 and Beyond273
18Running toward Danger / E. J. Dionne Jr., John McWethy, Alan Murray, Alicia C. Shepard275