3 edition of The Real Terror Network found in the catalog.
The Real Terror Network
Edward S. Herman
by Books on Demand
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||270|
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Ed Herman is a Wharton professor and collaborator of Noam Chomsky, and wrote this book was in the early 80's in response to another book written at the time called "The Terror Network." This book reviews the state-sponsored terrorism that has plagued Latin America throughout the midth century, and what roles the US and media have played in perpetuating them/5.
Twenty-four years have elapsed since Herman exposed U.S. state terrorism and the CIA moles inside the corporatist media that camouflage it. InWilliam J. Casey and George Bush were lighting up Central America while Reagan was on the mend after being shot by George Bush's friend's son - John W.
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The REAL Terror Network is the title of a book authored by Edward S. Herman (South End Press, ), who at the time was professor of finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. In this book he analyzes historical U.S. imperial policies through study of economics, and his understanding of the political/media use of the term "terrorist" is very helpful.
The Terror Network: The Secret War of International Terrorism (ISBN ) is a book by Claire Sterling, published by Henry Holt & Company, which argued that the USSR was using terrorists as. The Real Terror network is a chilling book.
Ed Herman is an expert on terrorism if ever there was one. Problem is he is not judgmental in his use of the term, as the media then and today tend to be, so he is brushed aside from the mainstream (certainly have not seen him interviewed on TV during our newest crisis!)/5. He wrote and co-wrote several books including Corporate Control, Corporate Power: A Twentieth Century Fund Study, The Global Media written with Robert McChesney, and The Political Economy of Human Rights and Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media, both written with Noam Chomsky.
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The Real Terror Network by Edward S. Herman book review by CKS Herman purports that terrorism is carried out by states, in particular to Latin America. The real value of this book, and the reason why the Intelligence Community should pay attention, is that it is symptomatic of current problems associated with analysis of terrorism, both in government and in the popular and academic sectors.
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Moderate wear and creasing to covers else a very good copy. grams - ships lettermail at reduced postage. All books in stock and available f. Reviews the book "The Real Terror Network: Terrorism in Fact and Propaganda," by Edward S. Herman. The Real News Network produces independent, verifiable, fact-based journalism that engages ordinary people in solving the critical problems of our times.
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