Washington Classroom: Stephen Farnsworth

Washington Classroom: Stephen Farnsworth

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Maha Neouchy
October 28, 2013

Stephen Farnsworth is the author of Spinner In Chief: How Presidents Sell Their Messages and Themselves, which talks about how presidents sell their policies and themselves, and the co-author of The Global President: International Media and the U.S. Government. These books give readers insight into the branding of presidents and presidential candidates through the media, and also discusses the power of presidential rhetoric.


Farnsworth discussed various topics in his two books during the Washington Classroom, which examines all facets of politics in the television and media age.


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