Mano, D. Keith
February 1977
National Review;2/18/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p209
The article focuses on the social conservatism of the newspaper "The National Enquirer" in the United States. According to the author, NE is populist, anti-authoritarian. He views that NE is the newspaper for lurid optimism, grossest good news. It is opined that NE has been carefully timed. Moreover, it is very cheap. According to the author, one page of "The National Enquirer," is equivalent to a half-hour TV segment.


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