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The people's machine : Arnold Schwarzenegger and the rise of blockbuster democracy

Auteur : Joe Mathews
Éditeur : New York : Public Affairs, ©2006.
Édition/format :   Livre imprimé : English : 1st edVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
Résumé :
"In The People's Machine, reporter Joe Mathews, who covered Schwarzenegger for the Los Angeles Times, tells the remarkable story of how direct democracy and a blockbuster style that is pure Hollywood have finally merged in California." "The People's Machine is a blockbuster of its own: an extraordinary, behind-the-scenes account - history and journalism - of how a movie star tried to bend the nation's largest state
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Personne nommée : Arnold Schwarzenegger; Arnold Schwarzenegger; Arnold Schwarzenegger; Arnold Schwarzenegger; Arnold Schwarzenegger; Schwarzenegger, Arnold <1947->; Arnold Schwarzenegger
Format : Book
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Joe Mathews
ISBN : 1586482726 9781586482725
Numéro OCLC : 65469596
Description : xxiv, 453 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contenu : Prologue. Day one --
1. As entertaining as a nickelodeon --
2. Mad as hell --
3. Free to choose --
4. Pumping pup --
5. Authenticity --
6. End of days --
7. The trailer campaign --
8. A thing of beauty --
9. Fiddling --
10. Not gonna take it --
11. A time for choosing --
12. Make up, please --
13. Back on track --
14. Costco and the carrot people --
15. All politics is "girlie men" --
16. The Indians are ripping us off --
17. Behind bars --
18. Deal breaker --
19. Musclebound --
20. One big enchilada, whipped --
Epilogue. The reality of it.
Responsabilité : Joe Mathews.
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Résumé :

"In The People's Machine, reporter Joe Mathews, who covered Schwarzenegger for the Los Angeles Times, tells the remarkable story of how direct democracy and a blockbuster style that is pure Hollywood have finally merged in California." "The People's Machine is a blockbuster of its own: an extraordinary, behind-the-scenes account - history and journalism - of how a movie star tried to bend the nation's largest state to his will. Watch as Schwarzenegger battles forces more relentless than any cinematic foe: the largest budget deficit in state history, cagey politicians, and unions who want to terminate the Terminator. As he does so, Schwarzenegger builds a new kind of political machine out of old materials - celebrity, money, consultants, and ballot measures designed to rally "the people"--And discovers the possibilities and perils of his kind of power. Schwarzenegger wins and loses, but even his defeats prove to be big."

"Mathews reports with unmatched access and whip-smart analysis on the blessings and curses of Schwarzenegger-style governance, and shows why the entire country should brace itself for blockbuster democracy."--Jacket.

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