Download LIES AGREED UPON: Journalist George Seldes & The U.S. Press - Part 1 of 3 video on savevid.com
Download LIES AGREED UPON: Journalist George Seldes & The U.S. Press - Part 1 of 3 streaming video in flv, mp4, avi formats direct easily on Savevid.com.
LIES AGREED UPON: Journalist George Seldes & The U.S. Press - Part 1 of 3
- To download Youtube videos you should click "Run" when java window opens. Enable "Always trust content from the publisher" to download seamlessly in the future.
- Download video
- Provider: Link:
- Rate: Please rate this video Views: 0 Downloads: 1
¤ Alternative Views
175. LIES AGREED UPON: GEORGE SELDES AND THE AMERICAN PRESS (1983) - Part 1 of 3
Although George Seldes is one of the giants in the history of American journalism, particularly in the field of press criticism, he has been neglected and blacklisted by the mainstream press. In this three-part series we present the American TV debut of Seldes, who was a foreign correspondent from
1917-1939 and who published the alternative newspaper "In
Fact" in the 1940s and l950s. Seldes wrote over 20 books and was the model and inspiration for present day activists and muckrakers like Ralph Nader, I.F. Stone and Jack Anderson. In Part I, Seldes recalls the World War I "battle" of Saint-Mihiel, which was no battle at all; his interview with Lenin; and his
many talks with Mussolini, who later tried to have him killed. He analyzes press coverage of the events, showing us the lies, distortions and machinations which occurred and the people and institutions involved in them.
¤ George Seldes
Copyright January, 1983
This movie is part of the collection: Alternative Views
Producer: Frank Morrow
Production Company: Alternative Information Network
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States
- Category: Flag video