Press in Chains
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Binding: Trade Cloth
Size: 6.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
This book investigates the nature of curbs and censorship imposed by successive governments on the press during British rule in India, and during the first two-three decades of Pakistan's independence. This well-researched book highlights measures taken by various governments against press freedom till the end of the Ayub Khan era. The volume features the origins of the local press in the subcontinent and highlights the contribution of the early crusaders of press freedom. It alsodiscusses M.A. Jinnah's views on the freedom of the press and his efforts to promote it before and after the creation of Pakistan. The author also focuses on the action taken by governments against some newspapers More...
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