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53. Lewis A. Friedland, Covering the World: International Television News Services (New York: Twentieth Century Fund Press, 1992), pp. 7–8. 54. Cited in Nicholas Hopkinson, The Media and International Affairs after the Cold War (London: HMSO, Wilton Park Paper 74, 1993), p. 11. 55. Hoge, “Media Pervasiveness,” p. 140. 56. Friedland, Covering the World, pp. 42–45; Robert J. Donovan and Ray Scherer, Unsilent Revolution, Television News and American Public Life, 1948–1991 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992), p.

Philip Seib, Headline Diplomacy: How News Coverage Affects Foreign Policy (Westport, CT: Praeger, 1997), pp. 103–106. 50. Neuman, Lights, Camera, War, pp. 270–271. 51. 177–179. 52. David Hoffman, “Global Communications Network was Pivotal in Defeat of Junta,” Washington Post (August 23, 1991), p. A27. See also McNulty, “Television’s Impact on Executive Decisionmaking,” pp. 71–73. 53. Lewis A. Friedland, Covering the World: International Television News Services (New York: Twentieth Century Fund Press, 1992), pp.

Following the terrorist attacks on the United States in September 2001, President George W. Bush realized that it would take a long period of time to combat the new fundamentalist Islamic terrorism and therefore, repeatedly cautioned the public not to expect rapid results and instead be prepared for a battle that may take years, maybe even a generation. The battle includes the use of economic and diplomatic measures that are less visible, slow to produce results, and difficult to evaluate. However, will the media and the public have the patience to wait years for victories in this campaign that may themselves be unclear and largely rhetorical?

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