Coming Together in an Age of 24/7

Matthews, Chris
November 2001
Newsweek;11/5/2001, Vol. 138 Issue 19, p60
Offers observations on media coverage of the war on Afghanistan and further threats of terrorism in the United States as of November 5, 2001. Question of what round-the-clock coverage is doing to Americans; The author's recollections of watching politics on television over the years; Suggestion that the war spirit may be hard to sustain.


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