CHAPTER ONE: THE ASCENT OF THE ELECTRONIC RIGHT

"What distinguishes the New Right from other American reactionary movements and what it shares with the early phase of German fascism, is its incorporation of conservative impulses into a system of representation consisting largely of media techniques and media images."

- Philip Bishop


1. The Pull of the Center and the Rise of the Right

2. Sound Bite Politics

3. A Thought Experiment

4. Economic and Regulatory Barriers

5. The Quasi-Myth of Liberal Bias in the Media

6. Institutional Barriers: Who's Tilting the Screen?

7. Broadcasting and the Religious Right

8. Tabloidization: The News at Twilight