1995: The Year the Future Began

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Price
$27.95  $25.71
Publisher
University of California Press
Publish Date
Pages
296
Dimensions
6.3 X 9.0 X 1.0 inches | 1.19 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780520273993

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About the Author

W. Joseph Campbell is Professor in the School of Communication at American University. He is the author of five other nonfiction books, including Getting It Wrong: Ten of the Greatest Misreported Stories in American Journalism (UC Press, 2010).

Reviews

"One of the country's best media watchers has turned his attention to some major reporting debacles, missteps and missed opportunities which have had continuing repercussions over the past 20 years."--Christopher Harper"Washington Times" (12/31/2014)
"An eventful year, 1995, and one instructive to look back upon."--Brian Bethune"Maclean's" (01/27/2015)
"Buy the book! It's excellent!"--Brian McCullough"Internet History Podcast" (03/09/2015)
"Makes the case that 1995 was a watershed year."--Brian Resnick"National Journal" (03/07/2015)
"A compulsively readable new book."--Nick Gillespie"Reason" (05/01/2015)
"A worthy, informative, and sporting attempt to convince us that the world we live in was crucially shaped by things that happened in 1995. . . . Campbell's book draws our attention to the nineteen-nineties. And he's right when he points out that the decade is pretty much ignored."-- (03/30/2015)
"A remarkable book. . . . Campbell's intense commitment to his material brings it to life. He's a persuasive writer with an excellent sense of detail and a knack for narrative. Even those who clearly remember 1995, and know how major events turned out, will find his book illuminating."-- (06/01/2015)
"Well-written and entertaining . . . This book offers brilliantly concise examinations, coupled with a fascinating introduction and concluding time line."-- (05/01/2015)
"Deep, exhaustively sourced... [engages] the reader's humanity as well as intellect." --Journalism History