Author : Alex Marlow
Genre : Political Science
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 9781982160760
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 368 page

From the editor in chief of Breitbart News, a firsthand account of how the establishment media became weaponized against Donald Trump and his supporters on behalf of the political left. Alex Marlow was just a twenty-one-year-old UC Berkeley student when renowned media mogul Andrew Breitbart hired him as his first employee. Breitbart began mentoring Marlow on how to fight the culture war one headline at a time and to remain resilient in the face of personal attacks. Now, in this eye-opening and timely book, Marlow explains how the establishment press destroyed its own credibility with a relentless stream of “fake news” designed to smear Donald Trump and his supporters while advancing a leftist agenda. He also reveals key details on how our information gatekeepers truly operate and why America’s “fake news” moment might never end. Breitbart—and Trump—began banging the drum about “fake news” during the 2016 election, and it resonated with millions of voters because they intuitively knew the corporate media was willing to say or write anything to achieve their political ends. It’s a battle cry that continues to this day. Alex and his team of researchers elucidate the stunning details of the key “fake news” moments of the Trump era and take a deep dive into some of the right’s favorite media targets: from Bloomberg, CNN, The Washington Post, and The New York Times to the tech elite in Silicon Valley. Deeply researched and eye-opening, Breaking the News rips back the curtain on the inner workings of how the establishment media weaponizes information to achieve their political and cultural ends.

Author : Milkyway Media
Genre : Study Aids
Publisher : Milkyway Media
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Buy now to get the key takeaways from Alex Marlow's Breaking the News Sample Key Takeaways: 1) Alex Marlow began his career as an editorial assistant for Andrew Breitbart, a position he maintained for four years. He was recruited as Breitbart's initial managing editor in 2008 and served as its first employee. 2) In 2013, Marlow was appointed as editor-in-chief at age 27 by Steve Bannon, executive chairman of Breitbart News LLC.

Author : Samuel Eliot Morison
Genre : Bismarck Sea, Battle of the, 1943
Publisher : University of Illinois Press
ISBN : 0252069978
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File Download : 532 page

Volume 6: Breaking the Bismarcks Barrier, 22 July 1942-1 May 1944 tracks the Allies' entrance into the offensive phase of the Pacific war. Having gained crucial victories at Midway and Guadalcanal, Allied forces committed substantially increased resources to breaking the Bismarcks barrier, a formidable net of Japanese air and naval bases stretching from the central Solomons to New Guinea, controlling all shipping between the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

Author : Barry Zellen
Genre : Political Science
Publisher : Lexington Books
ISBN : 9781461633037
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Breaking the Ice is a comparative study of the movement for native land claims and indigenous rights in Alaska and the Western Arctic, and the resulting transformation in domestic politics as the indigenous peoples of the North gained an increasingly prominent role in the governance of their homeland. This work is based on field research conducted by the author during his nine-year residency in the Western Arctic. Zellen discusses the major conflicts facing Alaskan Natives, from the struggle to regain control over their land claims to the Native alienation from the corporate structure and culture and the resulting resurgence in tribalism. He shows that while the forces of modernism and traditionalism continued to clash, these conflicts were mediated by the structures of co-management, corporate development, and self-government created by the region's comprehensive land claims settlements. Breaking the Ice gives testimony to the achievements of Alaskan Natives through peaceful negotiation, and argues that the age of land claims has transmuted this same tribal force into something else altogether in the North: a peaceful force to spawn the emergence of new structures of Aboriginal self-governance.

Author : Lee Drutman
Genre : Democracy
Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN : 9780190913854
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 369 page

American democracy is in crisis, but nobody seems to know what to do about it. Breaking the Two-Party Doom Loop offers a big and bold plan. The true crisis of American democracy is that two parties are too few. Deftly weaving together history, theory and political science research, Drutman shows the only to break the binary, zero-sum toxic partisanship is to break it apart. America needs more partisanship, rather than less, but in the form of more parties.In this wide-ranging, learned, but highly accessible book, Drutman charts an exciting path forward that might just save the country.

Author : Cai Shen
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Funstory
ISBN : 9781648843266
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File Download : 405 page

He, summer, was an orphan. Growing up in an orphanage, on the late autumn night when he was ten years old, there was a fire in the orphanage. In order to save his brothers and sisters, he was caught in fire. Five years later in real life, he heavily ... 

Author : David Green
Genre : Electronic books
Publisher : Thomas Telford
ISBN : 0727727885
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This is a guide to best practice for local authorities seeking to meet the new duty of best value in all built environment functions/services - from refuse collection to transportation (except housing management/maintenance).

Author : Michelle Joyce; Corey Joyce
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
ISBN : 9781469133485
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File Download : 98 page

So, you ́re interested in this book, are you? Awesome! Read on: What do pink chocolate syrup caps, tuna casserole, and a brand-name soap have in common? More than you might think! Especially if you take the time to curl up with this amazing book! A raw and honest account of a husband and wife ́s experience with breast cancer, Our Breast Cancer Journey / How to Kick Cancer ́s Ass follows Michelle and Corey Joyce as they recount their fight against the dreaded "Cansah." Buy it today! ©2011

Author : Cecil Harris
Genre : Electronic books
Publisher : Insomniac Press
ISBN : 1897415052
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File Download : 225 page

Black hockey players from Grant Fuhr to Jarome Iginla speak candidly for the first time about their experiences in the NHL. Since 1958, thirty-seven black men have played in the National Hockey League. Out of the 600 players active today, fourteen are black. Breaking the Ice: The Black Experience in Professional Hockey is the first book to tell the unique stories of black hockey players - how they overcame or succumbed to racial and cultural prejudices to play Canada's favourite pastime. Sports journalist Cecil Harris outlines in detail the personal and professional battles as well as the vict.

Author : Chris Bail
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Princeton University Press
ISBN : 9780691241401
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A revealing look at how user behavior is powering deep social divisions online—and how we might yet defeat political tribalism on social media In an era of increasing social isolation, platforms like Facebook and Twitter are among the most important tools we have to understand each other. We use social media as a mirror to decipher our place in society but, as Chris Bail explains, it functions more like a prism that distorts our identities, empowers status-seeking extremists, and renders moderates all but invisible. Breaking the Social Media Prism challenges common myths about echo chambers, foreign misinformation campaigns, and radicalizing algorithms, revealing that the solution to political tribalism lies deep inside ourselves. Drawing on innovative online experiments and in-depth interviews with social media users from across the political spectrum, this book explains why stepping outside of our echo chambers can make us more polarized, not less. Bail takes you inside the minds of online extremists through vivid narratives that trace their lives on the platforms and off—detailing how they dominate public discourse at the expense of the moderate majority. Wherever you stand on the spectrum of user behavior and political opinion, he offers fresh solutions to counter political tribalism from the bottom up and the top down. He introduces new apps and bots to help readers avoid misperceptions and engage in better conversations with the other side. Finally, he explores what the virtual public square might look like if we could hit "reset" and redesign social media from scratch through a first-of-its-kind experiment on a new social media platform built for scientific research. Providing data-driven recommendations for strengthening our social media connections, Breaking the Social Media Prism shows how to combat online polarization without deleting our accounts.