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by Nancy Snow

Author: Nancy Snow
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; 1st edition (September 22, 2006)
Pages: 262 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.7
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When does it indicate a serious threat to security? When is it merely a label that the Bush administration slaps on anyone who dares to disagree with its foreign policy? Nancy Snow tackles not only the government's manipulation.

When does it indicate a serious threat to security? When is it merely a label that the Bush administration slaps on anyone who dares to disagree with its foreign policy? Nancy Snow tackles not only the government's manipulation of the term.

Arrogance of American Power book. We hear 'anti-American' on a daily basis, it seems. When does it indicate a serious threat to security? When is it merely a label that the Bush administration slaps on anyone who dares to disagree with its foreign policy? Nancy Snow tackles not only the government's manipulation of the term, but also the broader use of . propaganda for public relations. She further We hear 'anti-American' on a daily basis, it seems. When does it indicate a serious threat to security?

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We hear "anti-American" on a daily basis, it seems. Snow is an American propaganda expert and a former . Information Agency and State Department official. And the public needs to exercise its right to dissent a critical power at the heart of democracy rather than letting the government or the media halt foreign policy debates with labels, propaganda, and arrogant rhetoric.

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Nancy Snow's Reading List Nancy Snow is Professor of Communications in the College of Communications at Cal State Fullerton. She is author of "The Arrogance of American Power: What . Leaders Are Doing Wrong and Why It's Our Duty to Dissent (Rowman & Littlefield); "Propaganda, In. Selling America's Culture to the World" (Seven Stories Press) and "Information War: American Propaganda, Free Speech & Opinion Control Since 9/11" (Seven Stories).

Nancy Snow is an American professor and scholar of propaganda and public diplomacy Snow, Nancy (2007). The Arrogance of American Power : What .

Nancy Snow is an American professor and scholar of propaganda and public diplomacy. Snow is professor emeritus. Lanham, M. Rowman & Littlefield.

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We hear 'anti-American' on a daily basis, it seems. When does it indicate a serious threat to security? When is it merely a label that the Bush administration slaps on anyone who dares to disagree with its foreign policy? Nancy Snow tackles not only the government's manipulation of the term, but also the broader use of U.S. propaganda for public relations. She further connects these to the tendency of U.S. administrations and media_past and present_to focus on projecting a better U.S. image rather than addressing the issues behind why the country's image is so poor, both at home and abroad. Snow is an American propaganda expert and a former U.S. Information Agency and State Department official. If America truly cares what others think, she argues, it needs to get over itself as the 'number-one country.' The government needs to spend less time diverting public attention and more time enlisting the public to help improve foreign relations. It needs to involve all citizens, not just government-approved lackeys, 'journalists' paid to talk nice, or the predictable influentials and elites typically involved in foreign affairs. And the public needs to exercise its right to dissent_a critical power at the heart of democracy_rather than letting the government or the media halt foreign policy debates with labels, propaganda, and arrogant rhetoric.