By Woody Klein
This is the 1st quantity to chronicle the tale of the evolution of the symbiotic courting among the presidential press secretaries and newshounds who lined White condo information in the course of the phrases of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard M. Nixon, Gerald R. Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, invoice Clinton, and George W. Bush. writer Woody Klein has been either a reporter (for the Washington Post and the New York World-Telegram & Sun) and a press secretary himself to big apple urban Mayor John V. Lindsay, who ran for president in 1972. The publication unearths how the presidential press secretaries' position has developed from outdated public family members right into a smooth-working method of freeing information and responding to journalists' questions at day-by-day briefings via portraying the president within the very best gentle. Klein ferrets out clean, anecdotal info and contains interviews with nationally identified personalities―including former White apartment press secretaries and extraordinary newshounds who've coated the White condo. He brings to lifestyles the personalities and perspectives of each presidential spokesman on how the activity has grown in stature because the press secretaries or spinmeisters became high-profile officials.
Klein finds how the stress among executive and the media―normally fit in any democracy―has ended in the manipulation of proof and the discharge of favorable reputable information. It began subtly within the Roosevelt management and has been conscientiously honed with the transformation of the media within the details and expertise revolution; he exhibits the way it has been subtle to the purpose the place it really is now famous for what it truly is: slanting or packaging the inside track in prefer of the president to make it acceptable―even desired―by the general public. belief quick turns into fact, and as soon as the proof of a scenario were approved via the establishment―politicians and the click alike―it turns into nearly most unlikely to alter people's minds approximately them. The booklet files rankings of examples of White condominium spin through subject instead of chronologically―for instance, how varied press secretaries controlled the inside track in wartime, in overseas coverage, in scandals, and in a bunch of family concerns equivalent to schooling and nationwide mess ups. Twenty-three press secretaries are integrated. the main amazing between them are Steve Early (Roosevelt), James Hagerty (Eisenhower), Pierre Salinger (Kennedy), invoice Moyers (Johnson), Ron Ziegler (Nixon), Marlin Fitzwater (Reagan and G. H. W. Bush), Dee Dee Myers (Clinton), Mike McCurry (Clinton), Joe Lockhart (Clinton), Ari Fleischer (Bush), Scott McClellan (Bush), and Tony Snow (Bush).
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All the Presidents' Spokesmen: Spinning the News--White House Press Secretaries from Franklin D. Roosevelt to George W. Bush: Spinning the News - White ... from Franklin D. Roosevelt to George W. Bush by Woody Klein