An Ethical Conundrum?

  • Nicholas J. O’Shaughnessy


And so, during his frequently occurring elections, the American citizen does not stride abroad in sturdy liberty, rather he is a dazed man under siege, and through letter-box, telephone, television, doorbell (eventually, we are reliably assured, his home computer) the empty smiles of his politicians pursue him. Politics will ooze through every fissure. Soap powder, at least, confines its vulgar brightness to the screen.


Vested Interest American Politics Democratic System Monosodium Glutamate Marketing Approach 
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Notes and References

  1. 9.
    Perry, Roland, ‘The Programming of The President’ (London: Aurum Press, 1983).Google Scholar

Further Reading

  1. Denton, R.E. and Woodard, Gary C, Political Communication in America (New York: Praeger, 1985) for discussion of politics and the crisis of authority, pp. 331–3.Google Scholar
  2. Robert MacNeil, The People Machine (London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1968) for discussion of the redesign of conventions for television, pp. 109, 110.Google Scholar

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