How Much Hitler?

Saturday, December 15, 2001

Since the war in Afghanistan began, up until this week, there was a virtual blackout of the words and image of Osama bin Laden in the U.S. media. It made Brooke wonder how bin Laden coverage compares to Hitler’s during World War II. Historian and archivist J. Fred McDonald discusses how much airtime America has historically afforded its enemies.

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