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Censored 2007 : the top 25 censored stories

Author: Peter Phillips; Project Censored (U.S.)
Publisher: New York : Seven Stories ; London : Turnaround [distributor], 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Exposes major news stories ignored by the press in 2006, and honors 30 years of Project Censored efforts to inform the public on neglected news stories.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Phillips; Project Censored (U.S.)
ISBN: 1583227385 9781583227381 1583227377 9781583227374
OCLC Number: 81148713
Notes: "30th anniversary ed."--Cover.
Description: 432 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Chapter 1. The top censored stories of 2005 and 2006. --
Future of Internet debate ignored by media --
Halliburton charged with selling nuclear technologies to Iran --
Oceans of the world in extreme danger --
Hunger and homelessness increasing in the U.S. --
High-tech genocide in Congo --
Federal whistleblower protection in jeopardy --
U.S. operatives torture detainees to death in Afghanistan and Iraq --
Pentagon exempt from Freedom of Information Act --
The World Bank funds Israel-Palestine wall --
Expanded air war in Iraq kills more civilians --
Dangers of genetically modified food confirmed --
Pentagon plans to build new landmines --
New evidence establishes dangers of Roundup --
Homeland Security contracts KBR to build detention centers in the U.S. --
Chemical industry is EPA's primary research partner --
Ecuador and Mexico defy U.S. on International Criminal Court --
Iraq invasion promotes OPEC agenda --
Physicist challenges official 9/11 story --
Destruction of rainforests worst ever --
Bottled water: a global environmental problem --
Gold mining company threatens ancient Andean glaciers --
Billions in Homeland Security spending undisclosed --
U.S. oil targets Kyoto in Europe --
Cheney's Halliburton stock rose over 3000 percent last year --
U.S. military in Paraguay threatens region. Censored déjà vu: what happened to previous censored stories / Peter Phillips, Tricia Boreta, Kate Sims, and the Project Censored Writing Team --
Thirty years of censored news / Peter Phillips, Charlene Jones, Sandy Murphy, Carl Jensen and Project Censored --
Junk food news and news abuse / Katherine Albergate, Lesley Amberger, Lindsay San Martin, and Kate Sims --
The ongoing contest : media reform and democracy / Bailey Malone, Kristine Medeiros, Jessica Rodas, and Andrew Roth --
Corporate media today / Ben Frymer, Nick Ramirez, David Abbott, Lauren Powell, and Joe Butwill --
The worst media manipulations--
and how to win against spin / Bob Burton and Diane Farsetta --
Fear & favor 2005 : FAIR's sixth annual report / Julie Hollar, Janine Jackson and Hilary Goldstein --
Index on censorship : annual report / Wendy Ginsberg and Molly Zap --
The global dominance group and U.S. corporate media / Peter Phillips, Bridget Thornton, Lew Brown --
The Israel lobby and the global dominance group / Andrew Sloan --
A study of bias in the Associated Press / Peter Phillips, Brian Fuchs, Sarah Randle, Zoe Huffman, and Fabrice Romero --
Heterosexual anxiety and gay media visibility : heterosexuals' perceptions of gay images / James J. Dean --
Japan's news media : voice of the powerful, neglecter of the voiceless / Tomoomi Mori --
Milosevic's death in the propaganda system / Edward Herman and David Peterson --
Finding the openings for media democracy / Robert Hackett and William K. Carroll.
Responsibility: edited by Peter Phillips & Project Censored.

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Exposes major news stories ignored by the press in 2006, and honors 30 years of Project Censored efforts to inform the public on neglected news stories.

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