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Herbert N Foerstel
|Description:||XII, 252 S.|
|Contents:||Introduction A Brief History of Media Censorship Newspapers Magazines Motion Pictures Radio Television Internet Prominent Examples of Media Censorship The Trial of John Peter Zenger, 1735 H. L. Mencken and the Hatrack Case, 1926 John Henry Faulk and the Radio Blacklist, 1955 The Progressive Tells the H-Bomb Secret,1979 Warning: Political Propaganda May Be Dangerous to Your Health, 1983 The Tobacco Wars, 1994 A Frightened University Censors Cyberspace, 1994 A Chronological History of Media Censorship Cases Voices from the Media Paul Jarrico: The Hollywood Inquisition Howard Morland: Telling the H-Bomb Secret Peter Sussman: Committing Journalism Daniel Schorr: Challenging Broadcasting's Corporate Masters Walter Cronkite: Journalistic Courage, Then and Now Jerry Berman: Forging the Digital Bill of Rights Appendix A: The Student Press after Hazelwood: Censorship and Response in the 1990s A Survey of Student Press Censorship Conclusion: State Alternatives to Hazelwood Restraints Appendix B: A Selective List of Media Advocacy and Censorship Organizations Selected Bibliography|
|Responsibility:||Herbert N. Foerstel.|
?This book would be a useful addition to the reference room of any university's general library collection. Chapter 2's essay on the history of cencorship and the author's attention to recent court