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    Censored 2010 The Top 25 Censored Stories of 2008-2009

    ISBN-10: 158322890X
    ISBN-13: 9781583228906
    Author(s): Project Censored, Peter Phillips, Dahr Jamail, Mickey Huffman, Khalil Bendib
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    Publisher: Seven Stories Press
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 432
    Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 1.00" tall
    Weight: 1.100
    Language: English

    Project Censored, founded in 1976 by Carl Jensen, has as its principal objective the advocacy for and protection of First Amendment rights and the freedom of information in the United States.

    Peter Phillips is the director of Project Censored & an associate professor of sociology at Sonoma State University. Phillips writes op-ed pieces in the alternative press & independent newspapers nationwide. He frequently speaks on media censorship & various sociopolitical issues on radio & TV talk shows, including "Talk of the Nation", "Public Interest", "Talk America", "Democracy Now!", & the "Jim Hightower Show".

    Dahr Jamail's reporting from Iraq has been published in newspapers and magazine worldwide. He has appeared on Democracy Now! as a regular guest, as well as BBC, Pacifia Radio, and numerous other networks.

    Preface
    Introduction
    The Top Censored Stories of 2008 and 2009
    Introduction: Die, Newspapers Die: The dailies really died a generation ago, and now their corpses are following suit
    US Congress Sells Out to Wall Street
    US Schools are More Segregated Today than in the 1950s
    Toxic Waste Behind Somali Pirates
    Nuclear Waste Pools in North Carolina
    Europe Blocks US Toxic Products
    Business Booms for Lobbyists
    Obama's Military Appointments Have Corrupt Past
    Bailed-Out Banks and America's Wealthiest Cheat IRS Out of Billions
    US Arms Used for War Crimes in Gaza
    Ecuador Declares Foreign Debt Illegitimate
    Private Corporations Profit from the Occupation of Palestine
    Mysterious Death of Mike Connell-Karl Rove's Election Thief
    Katrina's Hidden Race War
    Congress Invested in Defense Contracts
    World Bank's Carbon Trade Fiasco
    US Repression of Haiti Continues
    The ICC Facilitates US Covert War in Sudan
    Ecuador's Constitutional Rights of Nature
    Bank Bailout Recipients Spent to Defeat Labor
    Secret Control of the Presidential Debates
    Recession Causes States to Cut Welfare
    Obama's Trilateral Commission Team
    Activists Slam World Water Forum as a Corporate-Driven Fraud
    Dollar Glut Finances US Military Expansion
    Fast Track Oil Exploitation in Western Amazon
    Censored 2010 Honorable Mentions
    Censored Deja vu: What Happened to Previous Censored Stories
    Infotainment Society: Junk Food News and News Abuse for 2008/2009
    Signs of Health: Stories of Hope and Change from 2008 and 2009
    Truth Emergency: Inside the Military-Industrial Media Empire
    Lying About War: Deliberate Propaganda and Spin by the Pentagon
    Fear & Favor: Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting
    Index on Censorship
    The Hyperrealilty of a Failing Corporate Media System
    Analysis of Project Censored: Are We a Left-Leaning, Conspiracy-Oriented Organization?
    Election 2008: Vanishing Votes, Disappearing Democracy, and Media Misdirection
    Expanding Investigative Research for Independent Media and Human Betterment
    No "Pretty Woman": Human Trafficking and Domestic Prostitution Reconsidered
    Water as Commodity or Commons? Issues from the 2009 World Water Forum
    Lesbian and Gay Standpoint Films
    Acknowledgments
    About the Editors
    How to Support Project Censored
    Index

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