The Manipulation of Fact in America
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Year Published: 1997 First Published: 1993
Pages: 272pp Price: $29.50
Crossen argues that information is polluted by junk facts disguised as truth. These distortions of truth come from glib pollsters, compliant scientists, self-interested corporations and disingenous activists.
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