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October 20, 2006

Op-Eds Now More Central in War than Bullets

In "The West Must Learn the Public Relations of War," (NY Sun op-ed, Oct 17, 2006) Daniel Pipes describes how reaching the public through the media is now a central front in any war, underscoring the importance of fair and factual reporting.

Soldiers, sailors, and airmen once determined the outcome of warfare, but no longer. Today, television producers, columnists, preachers, and politicians have the pivotal role in deciding how well the West fights. This shift has deep implications.

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Posted by LG at October 20, 2006 01:32 PM


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