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But the philosophic heart of the matter would be the shattering of the materialist worldview of physics and subsequent implications to those who wield power in the First World.
The basic freedoms of civil society, after all-free speech, a free press providing access to in, formation, fair elections, freedom to organize in groups--are the best ways of holding those who wield power accountable.
Three of the six chapters of this book are basically reprints of the original studies, which concluded that "the public-affairs programs widely acknowledged to be the best and most prestigious in the United States generally present the world and worldview of those who wield power, defining a narrow consensus about the limits of acceptable political debate.