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The book is easy reading and enjoyable.
They rang true to me -- "ringing true" being another heuristic, by the way, that predisposes us to accept as factual things we already accept as true.
Farhad Manjoo, a writer for Salon.com, has written an innovative book about the intersection of today's media and the truth.
Wake Up America - Fool Me Twice Shame on Me ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EN9xf0gmCHIPublished 1 month ago by a1helper
A good read about the current state of media and the dissemination of fact from opinion.Published 5 months ago by a dude that reads
Well reaearched and very readable. The 'case studies' provided good examples of the theories he is proposing. Highly recommend it.Published 13 months ago by Kathleen Hynes
A timely and highly relevant topic that analyzes why/how political and scientific partisanship happens. Very good case studies and well researched. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Andras Baneth
If I could choose only a few books for everyone in the world to read, True Enough would be among them. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Gordon Landwirth
Reading this book is like finding out Santa Claus is your parents. You wish it was not true but you cannot deny the facts.Published 20 months ago by @DrCarlHoffman
Such a book must be written by a young man, who thinks everything is just being discovered.
I would say the electronic world makes it easier to ferret out the facts,... Read more
I needed this for a writers class called "Writer as Witness," and am pleased with the information on journalistic and political spin. A good and informative read,.Published on February 2, 2013 by Lani