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In this unique book-which covers all of our nation's major conflicts from World War II to the present-personal...
In this unique book-which covers all of our nation's major conflicts from World War II to the present-personal tales intermingle with explorations of such critical issues as censorship, propaganda, press ethics, and the press's relationship with the Pentagon, both before and after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Together, they form a vivid and illuminating account that is essential reading for all who seek to understand the nature of war and how we learn about it.
|Edward R. Murrow||11|
|Malcolm W. Browne||91|
|Epilogue: The War in Iraq, 2003||219|