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Publisher's Summary

“For the first time in our history, the news increasingly is produced by companies outside journalism, and this new economic organization is important” (Mark R. Levin)

Summary of Unfreedom of the Press by Mark R. Levin

Mark R. Levin is a master statesman as well as a respected journalist. He believes there is an anomaly present in the operations of the modern American press, whose effects may be devastating even to the public. Hence, in this book he explains his fears and calls for a quick intervention to correct this anomaly.

What to take from this audiobook?

In this audiobook, you will find the little details that you may have missed that has characterized the modern practice of news reporting. Levin explains that news reporting is no longer objective as one may think, but is now a tool for propaganda and undergoes a lot of interpretation and censorship before eventually reaching the public.

Who is this audiobook for?

Consequently, this audiobook is a must-listen for every American citizen interested in the preservation of the founding principles that has elevated the nation as high as it is among other nations. It is meant for journalists and anyone who deals with dissemination of information to the public in order to see the error of their ways and get back on track. This audiobook covers the following major topics:

  • News as propaganda.
  • Attributes of the early patriot party-press.
  • The role of the New York Times newspaper in the Holocaust and Holodomor.
  • The truth about the major allegations lodged by the media against President Trump and so much more.

Added-value of this summary:

  • In-depth knowledge about America’s history.
  • The surrounding events leading to the Holocaust and Holodomor.
  • A new perception of the Trump administration as against the media’s representation of it.
  • Saving time.

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Disclaimer: This comprehensive summary is based on Unfreedom of the Press by Mark R. Levin and does not share any affiliation with the author or original work in any way or form. The summary does not utilize any text from the original work. We want our listeners to use this summary as a study companion to the original audiobook, and not as a substitute.

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  • Ricky L. Austin
  • 2019-09-12

Holy truth!

Enthusiastically recommend if you care about what you are being fed on the news today.

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  • Dorothy W. Shover
  • 2019-09-12

Loved it.

Great perspective of what press has become and what it should be!! . . .

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  • Donna P. Smith
  • 2019-09-12

Must read for anyone!

I learned many things that I did not know. I bet you will too. This is eye opening.

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  • Michele M. McNamara
  • 2019-09-12

Must listen

I recommend this audible book to every American who values our freedom of the press

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  • Michael Y. Reed
  • 2019-09-12

Important thing

If you are wondering about the phase “fake news” you need to read this book.

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  • Kitty C. Nam
  • 2019-09-12

Great context

I appreciated the history of the press as it is part of the whole story. The analysis of how the current press or media is behaving was a relevant interest in the topic.

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  • Candice A. Atkins
  • 2019-09-12

Extremely eye-opening!

Lots that I did not know. I don't think there is much hope. A thought provoking book

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  • Emma M. Taff
  • 2019-09-12

Great narrator

I should say I had a great time listening to this narrator. Also I found this book very useful