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Moore & us : the rise of Michael Moore and his quest for a new world order

Author: Jesse Larner
Publisher: London : Sanctuary, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The rise of Michael Moore is a story unprecedented in American media. His profile in cinematic and political maverick has only increased since his coup at Cannes, and his influence in political circles contines to grow. In this book, Jesse Larner charts Moore's career.
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Named Person: Michael Moore; Michael Moore; Michael Moore, Regisseur.; Michael Moore
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jesse Larner
ISBN: 1860745954 9781860745959
OCLC Number: 60835201
Description: 255 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction : jester, rock star, preacher, teacher --
pt. 1. Class still matters --
1. Roots --
2. New vistas, new conflicts --
3. A national stage --
pt. 2. Roadkill politics --
4. Fun with a purpose --
5. Take the gunheads bowling --
pt. 3. Spokesman for the left --
6. Ascendancy --
7. A debate about reality--
8. Fahrenheit vs Celsius --
9. Moore abroad --
pt. 4. The road ahead --
10. Populism --
11. Terrorism --
12. Prospects.
Other Titles: Moore and us
Responsibility: Jesse Larner.

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The rise of Michael Moore is a story unprecedented in American media. His profile in cinematic and political maverick has only increased since his coup at Cannes, and his influence in political circles contines to grow. In this book, Jesse Larner charts Moore's career.

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