By Paul Kengor,Cliff Kincaid
That, after all, is the longtime motto of the hot York occasions, whilst its pages for many years have featured the usually questionable paintings of the likes of Walter Duranty and Herb Matthews, journalists whose woefully deceptive puff items at the likes of Joseph Stalin and Fidel Castro served as fodder for the Communist celebration line, a line that ran from Moscow to Havana to, strikingly adequate, long island, the place the headquarters of the days sat now not faraway from the headquarters of Communist celebration united states (CPUSA) and the day-by-day employee.
While the days has lengthy been liberal/“progressive,” and definitely no longer communist, readers may be forgiven for sometimes noticing strains within the occasions no longer wildly assorted from the celebration line at New lots or maybe Pravda. And while the days did appear to toe the celebration line, it used to be no longer often intentional; fairly, it used to be frequently a byproduct of well-intended liberal/progressive journalists being effectively misled through not-so-well-intended communist handlers.
That is what being duped is all approximately. regrettably, it's also approximately (at instances) inadvertently doing the paintings of our adversaries. In being misled and manipulated, duped liberals/progressives within the American media have from time to time unwittingly served as instruments of communist propaganda, and feature thereby helped swap the process heritage in desire of America’s adversaries.
This booklet bargains examples of newshounds who've been duped via the communists, with disastrous effects.
"This e-book could be required interpreting for all journalism students." -- Cliff Kincaid, Investigative Journalist and President, America's Survival
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All the Dupes Fit to Print: Journalists Who Have Served As Tools Of Communist Propaganda by Paul Kengor,Cliff Kincaid