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Present at the Creation: Spin

Present at the Creation: Spin When politics are concerned teaching students the difference between lies, the truth, and spin is not an easy task. The National Public Radio's exploration of American cultural icons focuses on the evolution of "spin," the "deliberate shading of news
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Present at the Creation: Spin


When politics are concerned teaching students the difference between lies, the truth, and spin is not an easy task. The National Public Radio's exploration of American cultural icons focuses on the evolution of "spin," the "deliberate shading of news perception; attempted control of political reaction" that became a part of our vocabulary during the Reagan vs. Mondale election of 1984.

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Nancy Frank

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