Censored!: The Project Censored Yearbook, the News That Didn't Make the News - and why, 1993

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  • ISBN-13: 9781882680009
  • Publisher: Shelburne Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/15/1993
  • Edition description: 1st ed
  • Pages: 248

Table of Contents

Introduction
Ch. 1 Project Censored: Raking Muck, Raising Hell 1
Ch. 2 U.S. Censorship in 1992 15
Ch. 3 The Top 25 Censored News Stories of 1992 25
The Great Media Sell-Out to Reaganism 25
Corporate Violators Dwarf Street Crime & Violence 28
Censored Election Year Issues 30
United States: the World's Leading Merchant of Death 33
Iraqgate and the Silent Death of the Watergate Law 35
"We Are Winning the War on Drugs" was a Lie 42
Trashing Federal Regulations for Profit 44
Government Secrecy Makes a Mockery of Democracy 47
How Advertising Pressure Can Corrupt a Free Press 49
The Pentagon's Post-Cold War Black Budget is Alive and Prospering 52
Solar Power Eclipsed by Oil, Gas and Nuclear Interests 53
What Happened to the EPA? 56
The Specter of Sterility 58
News Media Lose the War With the Pentagon 60
Plutonium is Forever 62
America's Killing Ground 65
Norplant: Birth Control or Social Control? 67
The Censored News About Electric Automobiles 70
Poison in the Pacific 72
Black Gold Conquistadors Invade Ecuador 74
How to Sell Pollution for Profit 76
Clearcutting the World's Rainforests 78
Censorship Through Bribery 81
The No-Pest Shell Game 82
University of Arizona Desecrates Sacred Native American Site 85
Ch. 4 The Junk Food News Stories of 1992 89
Ch. 5 Censored Deja Vu 97
Appendix A - Censored Reprints 109
Story #1 Journalism of Joy 110
Story #2 Corporate Crime & Violence In Review: The 10 Worst Corporations of 1991 115
Story #3 Bush's Ruling Class 124
Story #4 The World's Top Arms Merchant: The U.S. Grabs More of a Shrinking Market 148
Story #5 Irangate: Is Bush a Felon? 149
Story #6 Don't Forget the Hype: Media, Drugs and Public Opinion 154
Story #7 Bush's Regulatory Chill: Immoral, Illegal and Deadly 155
Story #8 The Perils of Government Secrecy 157
Story #9 Excerpt from "Dictating Content: How Advertising Pressure Can Corrupt a Free Press" 166
Story #10 The Pentagon's Secret Stash 167
Appendix B - The CENSORED! Resource Guide 176
Appendix C - An Eclectic Chronology of Censorship From 605BC to 1993 197
Index 235
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