calin on Sat, 15 Mar 2003 08:06:11 +0100 (CET)

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Fw: <nettime> [Fw: [Nettime-ro] total fertility rate] Re: nettime-l-digest V1 #1089

am trimis forwardul lui Senastian despre perspectivele demografice pe
cu observatia ca articolul are o tenta subtila de imperialism ideologic, in
special ultimul
paragraf, despre "America" (concept folosit abuziv cu referire la US, cand
el se refera
de fapt la un continent) prezentata ca salvator al lumii civilizate.

drept care vine aceasta confirmare...

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Subject: <nettime> [Fw: [Nettime-ro] total fertility rate] Re:
nettime-l-digest V1 #1089

> I've always thought they should put the author credentials next to the by
> line, especially when the article appears in a newspaper. This is not
> informative journalism on recent UN statistics, but a seriously loaded
> piece, although well camouflaged as such.  At least the Times had the
> insight to place it inside the opinion page, not at all what I can say for
> most outlets.
> For those who are less in tune with ruse of nonideological thinktanks here
> in America - indeed there has been a veritable explosion of such
> 'institutes' - AEI is a neoconservative/neoliberal thinktank in D.C.
> Perhaps on par with the Cato Institute.
> As found in their charter:
> "The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research is dedicated
> to preserving and strengthening the foundations of freedom -- limited
> government, private enterprise, vital cultural and political institutions,
> and a strong foreign policy and national defense."
> As far as Ben J. Wattenberg's ideological orientation. Those hovelling
> skinned masses will have to wait and see.
> Ack!
> J d.
> > > The New York Times, 2003 March 08
> > >
> > > It Will Be a Smaller World After All
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