See no evil

McCormick, Patrick
July 2002
U.S. Catholic;Jul2002, Vol. 67 Issue 7, p46
Comments on the efforts of the U.S. government to control the media coverage of the terrorisms and wars around the world. Increase of motion pictures about war and terrorism; Role of the U.S. in the war against terrorism; Restriction imposed by the U.S. Department of Defense to journalists; Implications for free press and public information. INSET: McCORMICK'S QUICK TAKES.


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