Reader recommendation: Amusing Ourselves to Death

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Amusing Ourselves to Death, Neil Postman’s analysis of TV’s effect on our culture, is as relevant now as when first published in 1985. And given today’s love affair with computers, smart phones, tablets, video games, and texting, it still resonates with warning as to how we can be mentally manipulated.  

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