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Portrait of a crumbling nation
The USA is in the middle of a new kind of civil war, fought with the arms of the media society. With the storming of the Capitol in early 2021, the dispute reached its climax for the time being. In their book, Klaus Brinkbäumer and Stephan Lamby not only report on the protest against Joe Biden's takeover that got out of hand. The two top journalists also follow the development of the "madness" from the 1980s, fueled by polarizing talk radios and later Fox News, to Donald Trump's term in office and the events that followed his electoral defeat. An investigative report on a torn country that has lost its compass and its truths.
Summary Portrait of a crumbling nation
The USA is in the middle of a new kind of civil war, fought with the arms of the media society. The top journalists Klaus Brinkbäumer and Stephan Lamby follow the development of the "madness" from the 1980s to the term of office of Donald Trump and his electoral defeat.
Prologue Portrait of a Crumbling Nation
Brinkbäumer, Klaus
Klaus Brinkbäumer was editor-in-chief of 'SPIEGEL' from 2015 to 2018 and won the Egon Erwin Kisch Prize and the Henri Nannen Prize, among others. He has been the MDR program manager since 2021.
Lamby, Stephan
Stephan Lamby is a television writer, producer and freelance journalist. He has depicted political Germany with numerous ARD documentaries and has received numerous awards, including as Journalist of the Year.