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Where Have All the Farmers Gone?
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Being a Protestant Fundamentalist
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Puppets on a String?
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Oklahoma: Many Shades of Red
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The Proof of Whiteness: More than Skin Deep
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Puppets on a String?

by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

Freedom of the press, like freedom of speech, is sacred to most of us, limited as it is in a capitalist society in which the press is free only if you own one. Today, Judith Miller of the New York Times is considered a martyr for freedom of the press.

The emblematic defense of reporters' use of anonymous government sources is Bob Woodward's "Deep Throat," recently revealed as having been Mark Felt, one of the top men in the FBI at the time. Interestingly, Felt's self-exposure and the Judith Miller, Karl Rove, et al. affair have been twin top stories. Meanwhile, Woodward is publicizing his new book and making dire predictions about the results of ending the use of anonymous sources. Who can argue with this? More>>

 

Read the full article, published in MRzine 23/07/05>>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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