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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP26 Sep 2020 7:57 p.m. PST

"For over a century, Hollywood has often stood hand in hand with the American military when telling stories of war, coups and assassinations and of spies and espionage, historians and researchers say.

"A proportion of the entertainment that you're watching has been through some sort of government script review process," says researcher Tom Secker, co-author of National Security Cinema. "We're talking about thousands of movies and TV shows."

And once these films and shows pass through the hands of the CIA, the Department of Defense and the FBI, they frequently present America as the mightiest force for good in the world, he notes…"
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