by Peter Phillips and Project Censored - £12.99 Seven Stories Press, U.S (2006)
paperback ISBN 13: 9781583227381 | ISBN 10: 1583227385
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.
* 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.
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