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Censored 2005 : the top 25 censored stories

Author: Peter Phillips; Greg Palast; Project Censored (U.S.)
Publisher: New York : Seven Stories, ©2004.
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Exposes major news stories ignored by the press in 2003 and 2004.
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Censored 2005.
New York : Seven Stories, c2004
(OCoLC)813873184
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Phillips; Greg Palast; Project Censored (U.S.)
ISBN: 1583226559 9781583226551 1583226567 9781583226568
OCLC Number: 56435524
Description: 381 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Dedication: Another "Hysteric" Librarian for Freedom / Nancy Kranich 9 --
Introduction: All the News that Doesn't Fit their Print / Greg Palast 31 --
How Project Censored Stories Are Selected 35 --
Chapter 1 The Top Censored Stories of 2003 and 2004 / Kate Sims, Peter Phillips, Tricia Boreta, Anna Miranda, Josh Sisco, Adam Stutz, Doug Reynolds, and the students of the spring 2004 Sociology of Censorship class 37 --
Wealth inequality in twenty-first century threatens economy and democracy --
Ashcroft vs. the human rights law that holds corporations accountable --
Bush administration manipulates science and censors scientists --
High uranium levels found in troops and civilians --
The wholesale giveaway of our natural resources --
The sale of electoral politics --
Conservative organization drives judicial appointments --
Secrets of Cheney's energy task force come to light --
Widow brings RICO case against U.S. government for 9/11 --
New nuke plants: taxpayers support, industry profits --
The media can legally lie --
The destabilization of Haiti --
Schwarzeneggger met with Enron's Ken Lay years before the California recall --
New bill threatens intellectual freedom in area studies --
U.S. develops lethal new bioweapon viruses --
Law enforcement agencies spy on innocent citizens --
U.S. government represses labor unions in Iraq in quest for business privatization --
Media and government ignore dwindling oil supplies --
Global food cartel fast becoming the world's supermarket --
Extreme weather prompts new warning from U.N. --
Forcing a world market for GMOs --
Exporting censorship to Iraq --
Brazil holds back in FTAA talks, but provides little comfort for the poor of South America --
Reinstating the draft --
Wal-Mart brings inequity and low prices to the world --
Chapter 2 Censored Deja Vu: A Review and Update on Important Censored Stories from Prior Years / Peter Phillips, Brooke Finley, Christopher Robin Cox, Matthew Hagan, Brittany Roeland, Emilio Licea, Melody Lindsey, Anna Miranda, Lauren Kettner, Timothy Zolezzi, Julie Mayeda, and Ambrosia Pardue 127 --
Chapter 3 Junk Food News and News Abuse / Ambrosia Pardue and Joni Wallent, Student Researchers, Censorship in Media, Sonoma State University, Spring 2004 169 --
Chapter 4 The Big Media Giants / Mark Crispin Miller 177 --
Lifestyles of the Rich and Oligopolistic / Stephanie Dyer 189 --
Chapter 5 Media Democracy in Action / Norman Solomon, Alycia Cahill, Lauren Kettner, Melody Lindsey, Anna Miranda, Emilio Licea, and Ambrosia Pardue 199 --
Chapter 6 Challenging the New American Censorship / Peter Phillips 215 --
Chapter 7 The Best of PR Watch: Spins of the Year / Laura Miller 233 --
Chapter 8 FAIR's Fourth Annual "Fear & Favor" Report--2003 / Peter Hart and Julie Hollar 247 --
Chapter 9 Index on Censorship: Annual Report / Sigrun Rottmann 261 --
Chapter 10 Haiti: The Untold Story / Lyn Duff and Dennis Bernstein 273 --
Chapter 11 U.S. Media Coverage of Israel and Palestine: Choosing Sides / Alison Weir 285 --
Chapter 12 Death of a Nation: Conservative Talk Radio's Immigration & Race "Curriculum" / José A. Padín and Shelley Smith 301 --
Chapter 13 A Project Censored Investigative Report: Newspaper Fraud Victims are Diverse / Geoff Davidian 313 --
Chapter 14 Corporate Media Neglects Anti-globalization Movements / Deepa Fernandez 325 --
Chapter 15 The Media Reform Movement and Global Media Concentration / Christopher Robin Cox 335 --
Media Reform, the FCC, and the Rising Opposition to More Consolidation / Josh Sisco 342 --
Appendix Censored 2004 Resource Guide: Sources of the Top 25 Censored Stories 353.
Responsibility: Peter Phillips & Project Censored ; introduction by Greg Palast.

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Exposes major news stories ignored by the press in 2003 and 2004.

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