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The gospel according to the New York times : how the world's most powerful news organization shapes your mind and values

Author: William Proctor
Publisher: Nashville, Tenn : Broadman & Holman, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In The Gospel According to the New York Times, author William Proctor exposes the Times' belief system, unveils the mechanism of Culture Creep, and exposes the paper's "seven deadly sins" and "culture spirits." Perhaps most important of all, The Gospel According to the New York Times will provide you with powerful tools and strategies, which you can use to defend yourself effectively against new media bias.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Proctor
ISBN: 0805423478 9780805423471
OCLC Number: 43859403
Description: xii, 308 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The rise of the new fundamentalism --The new American faith --Thus saith the Times --
Welcome to the world of culture creep --
All the bias that's fit to print --
The West 43rd Street plan of salvation --
The seven deadly sins, according to the Times --The sin of religious certainty --
The sin of conservatism --
The sin of capital punishment --
The sin of broken public trust --
The second of the second amendment --
The sin of censorship --
The sin of limiting abortion --
The cultural spirits of the Times --
The spirits of globalism and multiculturalism --
The spirit of total sexual freedom --
The spirits of environmentalism and entitlement --
The spirits of scientism and humanism --
Responding to the new fundamentalism --
A strategy to combat culture creep --
Is there an authentic voice of the people?
Responsibility: William Proctor.

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In The Gospel According to the New York Times, author William Proctor exposes the Times' belief system, unveils the mechanism of Culture Creep, and exposes the paper's "seven deadly sins" and "culture spirits." Perhaps most important of all, The Gospel According to the New York Times will provide you with powerful tools and strategies, which you can use to defend yourself effectively against new media bias.

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