Censored 1997: The News That Didn't Make the News
Introduction by Jim Hightower
Cartoons by Tom Tomorrow
Censored 1997 contains 25 top stories that affect each and every one of us—stories that were covered inadequately, if at all, in regular news channels. Compiled by director of Project Censored, Peter M. Phillips, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Sonoma State University, with the help of over 150 student researchers, faculty, media scholars, and critics, Censored 1997 collects the year's most relevant censored news stories in one volume.
New features in 1997: Censored 1997 is the only printed source of
- "Less Access to Less Information By and About the U.S. Government," contributed by the American Library Association- "Book Review Survey," a chapter on recently published books on media and First Amendment issues- a chapter analyzing media concentration in 1996.
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