Weapons of Mass Deception: The Uses of Propaganda in Bush's War on Iraq|
by Sheldon Rampton; John Stauber
AVAILABILITY: Active Record (Readily Available)
Publication Date: July 2003
Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
Binding: Trade Paper
Topics: IRAQ WAR, 2003-; WAR_PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS; WAR_MORAL AND ETHICAL ASPECTS
It was a day for the history books. On April 9th, 2003, millions of Americans sat glued to their television sets as U.S. soldiers and Iraqi citizens joined together to topple the statue of Saddam Hussein in Baghdad?s Firdos Square. Like the fall of the Berlin wall, the fall of Saddam?s statue appeared to be one of those iconic moments that proved — spontaneously and undeniably — that democracy would always triumph over totalitarianism, that freedom was the great equalizer.
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