Norman Solomon’s career in political journalism includes the founding of the Institute for Public Accuracy, and authorship of many books, including War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death, Target Iraq: What The News Media Didn’t Tell You (with Reese Erlich) and The Trouble With Dilbert: How Corporate Culture Gets The Last Laugh.
Norman Solomon wrote for the Portland Scribe.
More information on his website:
“The Trouble With Dilbert: How Corporate Culture Gets The Last Laugh” is available online through Internet Archive.
Made Love, Got War: Close Encounters with America’s Warfare State, PoliPointPress (October 2007)
War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death, John Wiley & Sons (July 2005)
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“Target Iraq” (co-authored with Reese Ehrlich) – 2003 At Coldtype as a free PDF download (691kb)
The Media Marches to War – 2002 Free PDF of Media Beat Columns from August to December 2002
“The Habits of Highly Deceptive Media” – 1999
“Wizards of Media Oz: Behind the Curtain of Mainstream News” (co-authored with Jeff Cohen) – 1997
“The Trouble With Dilbert: How Corporate Culture Gets the Last Laugh” – 1997. This book is online.
“Through the Media Looking Glass: Decoding Bias and Blather in the News” (with Jeff Cohen) – 1995
“False Hope: The Politics of Illusion in the Clinton Era” – 1994
“Adventures in Medialand: Behind the News, Beyond the Pundits” (with Jeff Cohen) – 1993
“The Power of Babble: The Politician’s Dictionary of Buzzwords and Doubletalk for Every Occasion” – 1992
“Unreliable Sources: A Guide to Detecting Bias in News Media” (co-authored with Martin A. Lee) – 1990
“Killing Our Own: The Disaster of America’s Experience With Atomic Radiation” (co-authored with Harvey Wasserman) – 1982. This book is online