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Rupert Murdoch and the News Corporation -

Related category: Media & Culture
Related booklists: Capitalism, Corporate Power & Globalisation, Politics of Modern Britain,

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Books are listed in order of year of publication - newest titles are at the top. There are 2 books in this booklist

  • Cover image of book Murdoch
    Murdoch's Politics: How One Man's Thirst For Wealth and Power Shapes Our World - by David McKnight

    £16.99   paperback   (2013) - ISBN 13: 9780745333465 | ISBN 10: 074533346x

    Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation is the most powerful media organisation in the world. Murdoch's commercial success is obvious, but less well understood is his successful pursuit of political goals, using News Corporation as his vehicle.   In ... more

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  • Cover image of book Dial M for Murdoch: News Corporation and the Corruption of Britain by Tom Watson and Martin Hickman
    Dial M for Murdoch: News Corporation and the Corruption of Britain - by Tom Watson and Martin Hickman

    £9.99   paperback   (2012) - ISBN 13: 9780241961049 | ISBN 10: 0241961041

    'Dial M for Murdoch uncovers the inner workings of one of the most powerful companies in the world: how it came to exert a poisonous, secretive influence on public life in Britain, how it used its huge power to bully, intimidate and cover up, and how ... more

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