The Perils of Analogy

Rosnberg, John S.
May 1972
New Republic;5/13/72, Vol. 166 Issue 20, p23
Entertainment Review
Presents information on some television programs of the U.S. Depiction of history of the U.S. in television programs; Documentation of the U.S. Civil War; Appraisal of political propaganda on television; Popularity of the program "The Bonnie Blue Flag"; Description about television programs, which show the analogies of the present situation of the U.S.


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