>I think it is important to document what the press has done in the case of
>Iraq. To me it is far worse than the usual bias against working people,
>for the US and the like. It was a near complete disregard of their
>responsibility. The US press presented a view of the world that was
>totally at odds even with their European allies. While the press rarely
>live up to their stated mission, they usually give at least a taste of
>varying points of view. As Chomsky always says, you can find all the news
>you need to hang the system in the media. In my lifetime, this has tended
>to be true in other wars, even Gulf War I. In this case the bias was more
>extreme, something that that has been aided by the streamlining of
>reporting to cut costs and boost profits.
What in the world does this have to do with Science for the People? Let's
stay on focus.
Louis Proyect, Marxism mailing list: http://www.marxmail.org