1)     Ben Bagdikian, The New Media Monopoly

2)     E.W. Barrett, Truth is Our Weapon

3)     Jean Baudrillard, Video-culture

4)     Robert Becker, The Body Electric:  Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life;  Cross-Currents

5)     Sharon Beder, Global Spin:  The Corporate Assault on Environmentalism

6)     Nick Begich and Jeane Manning, Vandalism in the Sky

7)     J. G. Bennett, Concerning Subud

8)     Warren Bennis and Ian Mitroff, The Unreality Industry

9)     Rosalie Bertell, Planet Earth:  The Latest Weapon of War

10)   Walter Bowart, Operation Mind Control

11)   Richard Brodie, Virus of the Mind:  The New Science of the Meme

12)   David Burnham, The Rise of the Computer State

13)   Hadley Cantril, The Invasion from Mars:  A Study in the Psychology of Panic

14)   Noam Chomsky, Media Control:  The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda;  Necessary Illusions;  September 11;  Hegemony or Survival

15)   Noam Chomsky and Edward Herman, The Manufacture of Consent

16)   Michael Chossudovsky, War and Globalisation

17)   Phillip Collins, The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship

18)   Alex Constantine, Virtual Government

19)   Donna Cross, Media-speak

20)   Guy de Bord, The Society of the Spectacle

21)   Disinfo, You are being lied to

22)   Stephen Ducat, Taken In

23)   Harlan Ellison, The Glass Teat

24)   Jacques Ellul, Propaganda

25)   David Enoch, Unusual Psychiatric Syndromes

26)   Stuart Ewen,  Channels of Desire;  Captains of Consciousness;  All-Consuming Images;  PR!  A History of Public Relations

27)   Erich Fromm, The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness;  Escape from Freedom

28)   William Fulbright, The Pentagon Propaganda Machine

29)   Thom Hartmann, The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight;  Unequal Protection:  The Rise  of Corporate Dominance and the Theft of Human Rights

30)   Edward Herman, The Real Terror Network

31)   Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf

32)   Linda Hunt, Secret Agenda

33)   Aldous Huxley, Brave New World;  Brave New World Revisited

34)   Harold Innis, Empire and Communication;  The Bias of Communication

35)   Institute for Propaganda Analysis:  bulletins

36)   Irving Janis, Victims of Group-think

37)   Jim Keith, Mind Control, World Control

38)   Christopher Lasch, The Culture of Narcissism

39)   Kalle Lasn, Culture Jamming

40)   John C. Lilly, The Human Biocomputer:  Programming and Metaprogramming;  Simulations of God:  The Science of Belief;  The Scientist:  A Novel Autobiography

41)   Jerry Mander, Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television;  In the Absence of the Sacred:  the Failure of Technology and the Survival of the Indian Nations

42)   Robert McChesney,  The Global Media:  The New Missionaries of Corporate Capitalism

43)   Marshal McLuhan and Bruce Powers, The Global Village

44)   William Meyers, The Image Makers

45)   Lewis Mumford, The Pentagon of Power:  the Myth of the Machine

46)   Joyce Nelson, The Perfect Machine:  TV in the Nuclear Age

47)   Eugene Odum, Our Endangered Life-Support Systems

48)   George Orwell, 1984

49)   Victor Ostrovsky, By Way of Deception

50)   Vance Packard, The Hidden Persuaders

51)   Neil Postman, Amusing Ourselves to Death;  Technopoly:  The Surrender of Culture to Technology

52)   John Rossman, The Mind Masters

53)   Theodore Roszak, The Cult of Information

54)   Jonas Salk, The Survival of the Wisest;  The Anatomy of Reality

55)   Gregory Sams, The State is Out of Date

56)   John Raulston Saul, The Unconscious Civilization

57)   Herbert Schiller, The Mind Managers;  Culture, Inc:  The Corporate Take-over of Public Expression;  Information Inequality:  The Deepening Social Crisis in America;  Living in the Number One Country:  Reflections from a Critic of American Empire

58)   Peter Schrag, War on the Mind

59)   Christopher Simpson, Blowback;  The Science of Coercion

60)   Jeffrey Smith, The Seeds of Deception

61)   Nancy Snow, Propaganda, Inc:  Selling America’s Culture to the World;    Info-war:  American Propaganda, Free Speech, and Opinion Control Since 9/11

62)   David Stannard,  American Holocaust:  The Conquering of the New World

63)   Albert Szent-Gyorgi, The Crazy Ape

64)   William Irwin Thompson, The American Replacement of Nature;  Darkness and Scattered Light;  At the Edge of History

65)   Anne Wells-Branscomb, Who Owns Information?

66)   Marie Winn, The Plug-In Drug

67)   Judith Williamson, Decoding Advertisements