1. Introduction: Right-Wing Populism and the Media 2. Objective but Not Impartial: Human Events, Barry Goldwater, and the Development of the "Liberal Media" in the Conservative Counter-Sphere 3. The "Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy": Media and Conservative Networks 4. Tailoring Dissent on the Airwaves: The Role of Conservative Talk Radio in the Right-Wing Resurgence of 2010 5. New Challenges in the Study of Right-Wing Propaganda: Priming the Populist Backlash to "Hope and Change" 6. The Tea Party and the Crisis of Neoliberalism: Mainstreaming New Right Populism in the Corporate News Media 7. Mama Grizzlies Compete for Office 8. From McCarthyism to the Tea Party: Interpreting Anti-Leftist Forms of US Populism in Comparative Perspective 9. Rethinking Anti-Immigration Rhetoric after the Oslo and Utoya Terror Attacks 10. Commentary: "Keep Your Government Hands Off My Medicare!": An Analysis of Media Effects on Tea Party Health Care Politics
Claire Snyder-Hall is a scholar-activist who writes academic and popular texts about issues of concern to democrats, feminists, and progressives. Cynthia Burack is professor of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Ohio State University and the author of Tough Love: Sexuality, Compassion, and the Christian Right.