Marshall McLihan: Escape to Understanding

Gaining fame and controversy in the 1960s with his proposal that television was creating a "global village" and that the medium itself, not the messages it carried, was influencing the public, media critic Marshall McLuhan was idolized by some and vilified by others. He died in 1980. As a mascot for today's cyber-set, this is the perfect time for this thoroughly researched re-evaluation of his writings and teachings. photo insert.

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