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by I. F. Stone

  • ISBN: 0394717899
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: I. F. Stone
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Vintage (May 1973)
  • Pages: 497 pages
  • FB2 size: 1634 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Series: Polemics & Prophecies (Book 1. I am going to try and read as many books by . I have the feeling that I will be a lot closer to realizing a true history of the American past when I finish.

Series: Polemics & Prophecies (Book 1. I am also wondering about the legacy of John Kennith Galbraith. I have read five or six of his books and he is the economist that should have been listened to - and he didn't win a Nobel Prize. Richard Edward Noble - The Hobo Philosopher - Author of: America on Strike - Labor History. 8 people found this helpful.

Polemics and Prophecies 1967-1970 book. He was also an unflinching defender of freedom of expression

Polemics and Prophecies 1967-1970 book. He was also an unflinching defender of freedom of expression. This book covers many pieces from a I. F. Stone once said: The fault I find with most American newspapers is not the absence of dissent. it is the absence of news. With a dozen or so honorable exceptions, most American newspapers carry very little news. Their main concern is advertising. Regardless of what one makes of his ideology, I. Stone remains an important (and rare) example of tenacious and fiercely independent journalism.

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Polemics and Prophecies, 1967–1970 (1970). The Killings at Kent State (1971). Stone’s Weekly Reader (1973). The War Years, 1939–1945 (1988). For information, address PublicAifairs, 250 West 57TH Street, Suite 1321, New York, NY 10107. by corporations, institutions, and other organizations.

F. Stone, American journalist. Polemics and Prophecies: 1967 - 1970 (Polemics & Prophecies) )

F. Recipient George Polk Memorial award, Long Island University, 1970, Journalism award, Columbia University, 1971, Medal of Liberty, American Civil Liberties Union, 1987, subject of film . Stone's Weekly by Gerry Brock, Junior. Polemics and Prophecies: 1967 - 1970 (Polemics & Prophecies) ) A collection of newspaper columns from the late 1960s in which Stone turns his attention to the most turbulent period of our recent past.

Stone, this not so famous radical journalist, was right on every suspicion, accusation, and premise. It is hard to believe. As in this day and age there are many unsung heroes like William Greider who have been writing books for years telling America what would happen if they kept on the same path. My guess is that Mr. Greider like .

Stone also wrote numerous books, including The Court Disposes (1937) .

Stone also wrote numerous books, including The Court Disposes (1937), about the . Supreme Court; Business as Usual: The First Year of Defense (1941), an indictment of the . military’s unpreparedness for World War II; and Underground to Palestine (1946), detailing his involvement with the struggle of Jewish refugees to reach a homeland. Collections of Stone’s columns were published in The Haunted Fifties (1963), In a Time of Torment (1967), and Polemics and Prophecies, 1967–1970 (1971). This article was most recently revised and updated by Amy Tikkanen, Corrections Manager. Stone was born in 1907. Download more by: I. Stone. Find and Load Ebook Polemics and prophecies, 1967-1970.


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Alexandra
The Vietnam era is not history to me, it was my life. During those turbulent times, I was not aware of I. F. Stone - I had never heard of him. He was a "radical" journalist. In reading about the famous journalist Walter Lippmann it was interesting to discover that this famous and influential journalist was wrong as often as he was right. In this book by I.F. Stone, this not so famous radical journalist, was right on every suspicion, accusation, and premise. It is hard to believe. And here I am providing the first review of this book. I have decided that I must read more books by Mr. Stone.
As in this day and age there are many unsung heroes like William Greider who have been writing books for years telling America what would happen if they kept on the same path. My guess is that Mr. Greider like I.F. Stone will never be recognized as a hero of truth, justice and the American way. They just write their books and then disappear. It is a shame. I am going to try and read as many books by I.F. Stone as I can find. I have the feeling that I will be a lot closer to realizing a true history of the American past when I finish.
I am also wondering about the legacy of John Kennith Galbraith. I have read five or six of his books and he is the economist that should have been listened to - and he didn't win a Nobel Prize.

Richard Edward Noble - The Hobo Philosopher - Author of:

America on Strike - Labor History

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