The Press and Coverage of Dissent

December 2003
Nieman Reports;Winter2003, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p72
The article presents an excerpt from the book "The Media and the War on Terrorism," edited by Stephen Hess and Marvin Kalb, which discusses the role of the press in the war against terrorism.


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