935 lies : the future of truth and the decline of America's moral integrity / Charles Lewis.
- Other Title:
- Nine hundred and thirty-five lies
Nine hundred thirty-five lies
- First edition.
- New York : PublicAffairs, 
xxiii, 364 pages ; 25 cm
- Political ethics -- United States.
Business ethics -- United States.
Truth -- Political aspects -- United States.
Truth -- Social aspects -- United States.
Political culture -- United States.
United States -- Moral conditions.
United States -- Politics and government -- Moral and ethical aspects.
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Civics & Citizenship.
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Media Studies.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Journalism.
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Censorship.
- Lewis describes the ways in which he sees that "truth can be manipulated and distorted by governments, corporations, even [lone] individuals. He [posits that] truth is often distorted or diminished by delay: truth in time can save terrible erroneous choices. In part a history of communication in America, a cri de couer for the principles and practice of objective reporting, and a journey into several notably labyrinths of deception, [this book is a] search for honesty in an age of casual, sometimes malevolent distortion of the facts"-- Provided by publisher.
- Our first casualty
The public's right to know : the Pentagon Papers, Watergate and a triumph for truth
Race : the American delusion
America's secret foreign policy and the arrogance of power
Doubt is their product : the corporate war on truth
Where have you gone, Edward R. Murrow?
A watchdog in the corridors of power
The future of truth.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 337-347) and index.
- 9781610391177 (hbk.)
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