Reporting the war

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By Statement John Byrne Cooke
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Full Title Reporting the war freedom of the press from the American Revolution to the war on terrorism
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Number Of Pages 272
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Pagination 1 vol. (xi, 272 p.) ;
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Publish Date 2008
Publish Places Basingstoke
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Subjects Liberte de la presse
Freedom of the press
Press coverage
Re cits de guerre ame ricains
War
Reportage
History
Subtitle freedom of the press from the American Revolution to the war on terrorism
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Reporting the war
Authors John Byrne Cooke
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Categories History
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Description John Byrne Cooke's fascinating look at wartime reporting from the American Revolution to Iraq is now available in paperback. The press has consistently influenced public perception of wars, and has often affected their course. Cooke--son of news icon Alistair Cooke--reveals how the government has tried to suppress opposing opinion, and how the press has struggled to preserve the principles of the Founding Fathers. At a time when reporters are routinely being censored, arrested, kidnapped and even killed, this is a must-read exploration of freedom of the press in wartime.
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Page Count 288
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Published Date 2008-11-11
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan Trade
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Subtitle Freedom of the Press from the American Revolution to the War on Terrorism
Title Reporting the War
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