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No Sense of Decency: The Army-McCarthy Hearings: A Demagogue Falls and Television Takes Charge of American Politics

No Sense of Decency: The Army-McCarthy Hearings: A Demagogue Falls and Television Takes Charge of American Politics

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BooksPolitical ScienceAmerican GovernmentLegislative Branch

BooksBiography & AutobiographyPolitical

BooksHistoryUnited States20th Century

ISBN: 1566637708 / Publisher: Ivan R. Dee, February 2009

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A dramatic account of the 1954 senate hearings that pitted Joseph R. McCarthy against the military, president Eisenhower, and much of the political establishment offers insight into the confrontation's enduring relevance, contending that television assumed a major role in transforming American politics while ultimately failing to counter McCarthyism tactics. Read More
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