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Eisenhower and the Mass Media

Peace, Prosperity, and Prime-time TV

By Craig Allen

288 pp., 6 x 9

  • Paperback ISBN: 978-0-8078-4409-0
    Published: May 1993
  • eBook ISBN: 978-0-8078-6007-6
    Published: November 2000

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Awards & distinctions

A 1994 Choice Outstanding Academic Title

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Reviews

"Should be read by all who study the history of the presidency and television."--American Historical Review

"A pathbreaking work that makes a welcome addition to our understanding of Eisenhower and his innovative use of television. As a bonus, the book makes an important contribution to the history of television and politics."--Stephen E. Ambrose, University of New Orleans

"Should be read by all who study the history of the presidency and television."--American Historical Review

"A pathbreaking work that makes a welcome addition to our understanding of Eisenhower and his innovative use of television. As a bonus, the book makes an important contribution to the history of television and politics."--Stephen E. Ambrose, University of New Orleans