This chapter sums up the previous chapters’ arguments, finding that the basic framework of Manufacturing Consent is still highly valuable and useful in today’s media environment. Herman and Chomsky’s five filters still strongly affect media performance, while their other concepts, like “worthy and unworthy victims,” “legitimizing or delegitimizing foreign elections” and the pre-selection of journalists for their passivity and obedience continue to this day, despite the great changes in the way we consume our media.