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The Resource Censored 2005 : the top 25 censored stories, Peter Phillips & Project Censored ; introduction by Greg Palast

Censored 2005 : the top 25 censored stories, Peter Phillips & Project Censored ; introduction by Greg Palast

Label
Censored 2005 : the top 25 censored stories
Title
Censored 2005
Title remainder
the top 25 censored stories
Statement of responsibility
Peter Phillips & Project Censored ; introduction by Greg Palast
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
GO9
Dewey number
323.44/5
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Phillips, Peter
  • Palast, Greg
  • Project Censored
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Censorship
  • Journalism
  • Television broadcasting of news
  • Freedom of the press
Label
Censored 2005 : the top 25 censored stories, Peter Phillips & Project Censored ; introduction by Greg Palast
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Wholesale giveaway of our natural resources
  • 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
  • Media can legally lie
  • Destabilization of Haiti
  • Schwarzenegger met with Enron's Ken Lay years before the California recall
  • New bill threatens intellectual freedom in area studies
  • All the news that doesn't fit their print
  • U.S. develops lethal new bioweapons 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 UN
  • 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
  • Greg Palast
  • Censored 2005 runners-up
  • Top censored stories of 2003 and 2004
  • Kate Sims ... [et al.]
  • Wealth inequality in 21st 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
  • Media democracy in action
  • Norman Solomon ... [et al.]
  • Challenging the new American censorship
  • Peter Phillips
  • Best of PR watch: spins of the year
  • laura Miller
  • FAIR's 4th annual Fear & favor report: 2003
  • Peter Hart, Julie Hollar
  • Index in censorship: annual report
  • Sigrun Rottmann
  • Censorship deja-vu: a review and update ...
  • Haiti: the untold story
  • Lyn Duff, Dennis Bernstein
  • U.S. media coverage of Israel and Palestine: choosing sides
  • Alison Weir
  • Death of a nation: conservative talk radio's immigration & race curriculum
  • Jose A. Padin, Shelley Smith
  • Project Censored investigative report: newspaper fraud victims are diverse
  • Geoff Davidian
  • Corporate media neglects anti-globalization movements
  • Deepa Fernandez
  • Peter Phillips ... [et al.]
  • Media reform movement and global media concentration
  • Robin Cox
  • Media reforms, the FCC, and the rising opposition to more consolidation
  • Josh Sisco
  • Censored 2004 resource guide: sources of the top 25 censored stories
  • Junk food news and news abuse
  • Ambrosia Pardue, Joni Wallent
  • Big media giants
  • Mark Crispin Miller
  • Lifestyles of the rich and oligopolistic
  • Stephanie Dyer
Control code
ocm56435524
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
381 p.
Isbn
9781583226551
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Censored 2005 : the top 25 censored stories, Peter Phillips & Project Censored ; introduction by Greg Palast
Publication
Contents
  • Wholesale giveaway of our natural resources
  • 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
  • Media can legally lie
  • Destabilization of Haiti
  • Schwarzenegger met with Enron's Ken Lay years before the California recall
  • New bill threatens intellectual freedom in area studies
  • All the news that doesn't fit their print
  • U.S. develops lethal new bioweapons 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 UN
  • 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
  • Greg Palast
  • Censored 2005 runners-up
  • Top censored stories of 2003 and 2004
  • Kate Sims ... [et al.]
  • Wealth inequality in 21st 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
  • Media democracy in action
  • Norman Solomon ... [et al.]
  • Challenging the new American censorship
  • Peter Phillips
  • Best of PR watch: spins of the year
  • laura Miller
  • FAIR's 4th annual Fear & favor report: 2003
  • Peter Hart, Julie Hollar
  • Index in censorship: annual report
  • Sigrun Rottmann
  • Censorship deja-vu: a review and update ...
  • Haiti: the untold story
  • Lyn Duff, Dennis Bernstein
  • U.S. media coverage of Israel and Palestine: choosing sides
  • Alison Weir
  • Death of a nation: conservative talk radio's immigration & race curriculum
  • Jose A. Padin, Shelley Smith
  • Project Censored investigative report: newspaper fraud victims are diverse
  • Geoff Davidian
  • Corporate media neglects anti-globalization movements
  • Deepa Fernandez
  • Peter Phillips ... [et al.]
  • Media reform movement and global media concentration
  • Robin Cox
  • Media reforms, the FCC, and the rising opposition to more consolidation
  • Josh Sisco
  • Censored 2004 resource guide: sources of the top 25 censored stories
  • Junk food news and news abuse
  • Ambrosia Pardue, Joni Wallent
  • Big media giants
  • Mark Crispin Miller
  • Lifestyles of the rich and oligopolistic
  • Stephanie Dyer
Control code
ocm56435524
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
381 p.
Isbn
9781583226551
Other physical details
ill.
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