Communication and Empire : Media, Markets, and Globalization,1860-1930
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"I know of no other recent work that comes close to this one in sweep, detail, and complexity, yet is so compellingly relevant to our present times. Dwayne R. Winseck and Robert M. Pike have done a masterful job unraveling a tortuously complex and fragmented narrative of the rivalries, alliances, ambitions, and subterfuges in which the cable companies of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries engaged."--Oliver Boyd-Barrett, author of Communications Media, Globalization, and Empire "The central arguments of Communication and Empire--that the 'empire of capital' is not coterminous with imperialism, and that many of the central features of the contemporary global communications system have their roots in the period of global commercial expansion before the high tide of imperialism--are both important and timely, and are supported with a wealth of original firsthand empirical material."--Graham Murdock, coeditor of The Political Economy of the Media