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CNN's Cold War documentary : issues and controversy

Author: Arnold Beichman
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Hoover Institution Press, ©2000.
Series: Hoover Institution Press publication, 466.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of essays in which various scholars debate the pros and cons of the twenty-four part television series on the Cold War produced by CNN.
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CNN's Cold War documentary.
Stanford, Calif. : Hoover Institution Press, [2000]
(OCoLC)606464975
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arnold Beichman
ISBN: 0817997423 9780817997427
OCLC Number: 41712115
Description: xiv, 173 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Twenty-four lies about the Cold War / Gabriel Schoenfeld --
The Cold War, television, and the approximation of truth / John Lewis Gaddis --
The Cold War: CNN's version / Richard Pipes --
The historical failings of CNN / Robert Conquest --
Mules, missiles, and McCarthy: CNN's Cold War / Thomas M. Nichols --
Why we were in Central America / Mark Falcoff --
Cold water and Cold War triumphalism / Arnold Beichman --
Ted's reds / Arnold Beichman --
Fractured Cold War reflections / Arnold Beichman --
History in the making / Sir Jeremy Isaacs --
CNN's Cold War: twenty-four hours of moral equivalence / Charles Krauthammer --
Letter to the editor of the Washington post / Sir Jeremy Isaacs --
Revolutionary dreams / Charles Krathammer --
Viewer discretion advised / Jacob Heilburnn --
The Cold War on-screen / Kenneth Auchincloss --
How anti-Americanism won the Cold War / Joseph Shattan --
The view from inside: answering some criticism / John Lewis Gaddis --
Finding a moral difference between the United States and the Soviets / Ronald Radosh --
Revisiting the Cold War / Raymond A. Schroth --
Persecution mania / Mark Steyn --
Watching the Cold War / John L. Harper --
Televising the Cold War / Thomas Doherty --
Broadcasting history / Lawerence Freedman --
The war that left Sir Jeremy cold / David Wilson.
Series Title: Hoover Institution Press publication, 466.
Other Titles: Cable News Network's Cold War documentary
Responsibility: edited by Arnold Beichman.

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Twenty-four previously published articles and op-ed pieces critically examine the 24-part CNN television series Cold War . The pieces consist of conservative challenges to the perceived revisionism  Read more...

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