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Censored 2007: The Top 25 Censored Stories

by Peter Phillips and Project Censored
£12.99   paperback  Seven Stories Press, U.S (2006)

Censored 2007: The Top 25 Censored Stories by Peter Phillips and Project Censored Censored 2007 presents the most censored stories of 2005 and 2006.
 
Read all about it:
 
* How the "net neutrality" debate is being ignored by the media
* Halliburton's connection to nuclear technology in Iran,
* The catastrophic increase of dead zones in every ocean,
* The rise of homelessness and hunger in the U.S,
* The high-tech genocide in the Congo,
* How federal whistleblower protection is in jeopardy,
* The U.S's torture of detainees in Afghanistan and Iraq,
* How the Pentagon is exempt from the Freedom of Information Act,
* The World Bank funding of the Israel-Palestine wall,
* How the expanded air war in Iraq is killing more civilians than ever.
 
These are just a few of the stories that appear in Censored 2007.
 
This 30th Anniversary edition of Censored features Carl Jensen on the founding of Project Censored, and Thirty Years of Censored News.
 
Plus:
 
* Special chapters on media democracy in action and the corporate media,
* FAIR'S Fear and Favor Report, 2005
* Peter Phillips on the global dominance group,
* James J. Dean on gay and lesbian media visibility,
* Tomoomi Mori on media bias in Japan,
* Edward Herman and David Peterson on the media's portrayal of Milosevic,
* Robert Hackett and William K Carroll on finding the openings for media democracy,
* Peter Phillips, Brian Ruch, Sarah Randale, and Zoe Huffmann on understanding the Associated Press,
* Index on Censorship's annual report.
 
Censored 2007 also includes Censored Deja Vu, and Junk Food News and News Abuse.

ISBN 13: 9781583227381 | ISBN 10: 1583227385

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