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Dave ItzkoffIn small doses, these factoids are good for a laugh. But Redfern's book paints a progressively damning portrait of a government obsessed with pop culture's power and paranoid about controlling its message, as unnerved by the possibility of a riot breaking out at a Beatles concert as it is by the thought of Rock Hudson portraying an F.B.I. agent in a motion picture.
—The New York Times