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Breaking the sound barrier, Amy Goodman ; edited by Denis Moynihan

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Breaking the sound barrier, Amy Goodman ; edited by Denis Moynihan
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  • Collection of the author's commentaries from Democracy now!, the daily grassroots global news hour that broadcasts the program via radio, satellite and cable television, and Internet
  • Includes index
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  • Introduction: beyond the nine-second soundbite -- War. The art of war and deception -- Resistance to war cannot be jailed -- Clinton to antiwar voters: bring 'em on -- Carlos Arredondo exploding into action -- Hang up on war: claim your telephone tax rebate -- War and censorship at Wilton High School -- The time is right for new Pentagon papers -- The uncounted casualties of war -- Winter soldier marches again -- Body of war -- Whistle-blower points to target list in U.S. attack on hotel -- Threats, lies, and audiotape -- Invasion of the sea-smurfs -- Obama's Afghan trap -- Obama's coalition of the unwilling -- Climate change. Global warring, global warming, global warning -- McKibben: hold politicians' feet to the fire -- From oil wars to water wars -- Weather reports are missing the story -- Don't drink the nuclear Kool-aid -- Lessons of the Exxon Valdez -- Torture. Rumsfeld's mount misery -- Up to Democrats to investigate torture -- Hypocritical oath: psychologists and torture -- High school students teach the president a lesson about torture -- Psychologists in denial about torture -- A vote for Mukasey is a vote for torture -- Surviving a CIA "black site" -- Taxi to the dark side -- A torture debate among healers -- Torturers should be punished -- Health care. SICKO: Michael Moore's prescription for change -- Children's health care is a no-brainer -- For whom the Bell's palsy tolls -- Nothing to fear but no health care -- Toxins "r" us -- Put single-payer on the table -- Baucus' raucous caucus -- Congre$$ heal thyself -- Health insurance whistle-blower knows where the bodies are buried -- Global economic meltdown. Ticker tape ain't spaghetti -- Wall Street socialists -- Workers laid off, executives paid off, Bernard Madoff -- Too big to fail, too big to jail -- Produce the note -- Media. Death in Oaxaca -- Shooting the messenger is a war crime -- NAB-bing the election -- CBS silences general dissent -- The dubious Mr. Dobbs -- The FCC's Christmas gift to big media -- The broadcasters' big payday -- The U.S. war on journalists -- Why we were falsely arrested -- Pacifica Radio at sixty: a sanctuary for dissent -- Yoo's views make Philly news -- News from the unreported world. Timor: Bush has a chance to hold terrorists accountable -- Ask Kissinger about Pinochet -- Chiquita's slipping appeal -- Global consensus, not global conquest -- Chevron's pipeline is the Burmese regime's lifeline -- Congo: the invisible war -- Colombia: celebrate the release, not the regime -- Chevron, Shell, and the true cost of oil -- The free market's marked men -- Undo the coup -- Grassroots activism. From the Bayou to Baghdad: mission accomplished? -- Time is running out for brother and sister -- The Orangeburg massacre -- Don't cage dissent -- A tale of two Nobel nations -- Bush and the monkey wrench guy or: one man's bid to aid the environment -- Seattle's lessons for London -- Disclosure of "secrets" in the '70s didn't destroy the nation -- Two standards of detention -- Obama's military is spying on U.S. peace groups -- Elections. New Vermont senator not standard fare -- Not all is debated in love and war -- Millions without a voice -- As goes Vermont -- Who's paying for the conventions? -- "It's a global election" -- Poverty is the real scandal -- The party police -- Open the debates -- Who gets to vote? -- Election protection -- Obama. Obama strikes a chord with a disaffected Republican -- It's not the man, it's the movement -- Change big donors can believe in -- Organizer in chief -- President Obama can redeem the White House -- Chevron in the White House -- A long train ride --
  • -- U.S. Muslims still under siege -- Free speech vs. surveillance in the digital age -- Luminaries. King's message: stop the War, help the poor -- Bang pots and pans for Molly Ivins -- Harry Belafonte: the lion at 80 -- Howard Zinn: dissent can sometimes be the best form of patriotism -- Clarence Kailin: voices from the Spanish Civil War -- Jimmy Carter: tear down that wall -- John Lennon: imagine peace-a ray of light in dark times -- Studs Terkel: curiosity didn't kill this cat -- Yuri Kochiyama: lessons of internment -- Martin Luther King, Jr.: where do we go from here? -- Utah Phillips has left the stage -- Evo Morales: a view from the South -- Tutu, Obama, and the Middle East -- Pete Seeger carries us on -- Dr. George Tiller didn't have to die -- Henry Louis Gates, Jr.: the 21st-century color line -- Kiefer Sutherland's grandfather, Tommy Douglas: health care reform needs an action hero
Control code
3ocm18875593
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xi, 377 pages
Isbn
9781931859998
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(alk. paper)
Lccn
2009033634
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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n
Label
Breaking the sound barrier, Amy Goodman ; edited by Denis Moynihan
Publication
Note
  • Collection of the author's commentaries from Democracy now!, the daily grassroots global news hour that broadcasts the program via radio, satellite and cable television, and Internet
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction: beyond the nine-second soundbite -- War. The art of war and deception -- Resistance to war cannot be jailed -- Clinton to antiwar voters: bring 'em on -- Carlos Arredondo exploding into action -- Hang up on war: claim your telephone tax rebate -- War and censorship at Wilton High School -- The time is right for new Pentagon papers -- The uncounted casualties of war -- Winter soldier marches again -- Body of war -- Whistle-blower points to target list in U.S. attack on hotel -- Threats, lies, and audiotape -- Invasion of the sea-smurfs -- Obama's Afghan trap -- Obama's coalition of the unwilling -- Climate change. Global warring, global warming, global warning -- McKibben: hold politicians' feet to the fire -- From oil wars to water wars -- Weather reports are missing the story -- Don't drink the nuclear Kool-aid -- Lessons of the Exxon Valdez -- Torture. Rumsfeld's mount misery -- Up to Democrats to investigate torture -- Hypocritical oath: psychologists and torture -- High school students teach the president a lesson about torture -- Psychologists in denial about torture -- A vote for Mukasey is a vote for torture -- Surviving a CIA "black site" -- Taxi to the dark side -- A torture debate among healers -- Torturers should be punished -- Health care. SICKO: Michael Moore's prescription for change -- Children's health care is a no-brainer -- For whom the Bell's palsy tolls -- Nothing to fear but no health care -- Toxins "r" us -- Put single-payer on the table -- Baucus' raucous caucus -- Congre$$ heal thyself -- Health insurance whistle-blower knows where the bodies are buried -- Global economic meltdown. Ticker tape ain't spaghetti -- Wall Street socialists -- Workers laid off, executives paid off, Bernard Madoff -- Too big to fail, too big to jail -- Produce the note -- Media. Death in Oaxaca -- Shooting the messenger is a war crime -- NAB-bing the election -- CBS silences general dissent -- The dubious Mr. Dobbs -- The FCC's Christmas gift to big media -- The broadcasters' big payday -- The U.S. war on journalists -- Why we were falsely arrested -- Pacifica Radio at sixty: a sanctuary for dissent -- Yoo's views make Philly news -- News from the unreported world. Timor: Bush has a chance to hold terrorists accountable -- Ask Kissinger about Pinochet -- Chiquita's slipping appeal -- Global consensus, not global conquest -- Chevron's pipeline is the Burmese regime's lifeline -- Congo: the invisible war -- Colombia: celebrate the release, not the regime -- Chevron, Shell, and the true cost of oil -- The free market's marked men -- Undo the coup -- Grassroots activism. From the Bayou to Baghdad: mission accomplished? -- Time is running out for brother and sister -- The Orangeburg massacre -- Don't cage dissent -- A tale of two Nobel nations -- Bush and the monkey wrench guy or: one man's bid to aid the environment -- Seattle's lessons for London -- Disclosure of "secrets" in the '70s didn't destroy the nation -- Two standards of detention -- Obama's military is spying on U.S. peace groups -- Elections. New Vermont senator not standard fare -- Not all is debated in love and war -- Millions without a voice -- As goes Vermont -- Who's paying for the conventions? -- "It's a global election" -- Poverty is the real scandal -- The party police -- Open the debates -- Who gets to vote? -- Election protection -- Obama. Obama strikes a chord with a disaffected Republican -- It's not the man, it's the movement -- Change big donors can believe in -- Organizer in chief -- President Obama can redeem the White House -- Chevron in the White House -- A long train ride --
  • -- U.S. Muslims still under siege -- Free speech vs. surveillance in the digital age -- Luminaries. King's message: stop the War, help the poor -- Bang pots and pans for Molly Ivins -- Harry Belafonte: the lion at 80 -- Howard Zinn: dissent can sometimes be the best form of patriotism -- Clarence Kailin: voices from the Spanish Civil War -- Jimmy Carter: tear down that wall -- John Lennon: imagine peace-a ray of light in dark times -- Studs Terkel: curiosity didn't kill this cat -- Yuri Kochiyama: lessons of internment -- Martin Luther King, Jr.: where do we go from here? -- Utah Phillips has left the stage -- Evo Morales: a view from the South -- Tutu, Obama, and the Middle East -- Pete Seeger carries us on -- Dr. George Tiller didn't have to die -- Henry Louis Gates, Jr.: the 21st-century color line -- Kiefer Sutherland's grandfather, Tommy Douglas: health care reform needs an action hero
Control code
3ocm18875593
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xi, 377 pages
Isbn
9781931859998
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2009033634
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n

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