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Censored Books

Author : Nicholas J. Karolides
ISBN : 0810840383
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Presents a collection of essays focusing on books that are most frequently challenged in schools and libraries.

Censored 2010

Author : Peter Phillips
ISBN : 9781583228906
Genre : Political Science
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The bestselling Censored series - with over 150,000 copies in print - highlights each year’s 25 most important underreported news stories, alerting readers to the negligence of corporate media and the resurgence of alternative media. Project Censored was founded in 1976 by Carl Jensen and has as its principal objective the advocacy for, and protection of, human rights and the freedom of information. Previous reporting has included important revelations on global warming, escalating trends in human trafficking and the use of napalm in Iraq.

Censored

Author : Reporters sans frontières (Association)
ISBN : UCSC:32106010115662
Genre : Political Science
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Censored Books

Author : Nicholas J. Karolides
ISBN : UOM:39015029716605
Genre : Literary Collections
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A collection of essays confronting the censorship issue, including six authors' views and defenses of individual books.

The Censored War

Author : George H. Roeder
ISBN : 0300062915
Genre : History
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Examining news photographs, movies, newsreels, posters, and advertisements, Roeder explores the different ways that civilian and military leaders used visual imagery to control the nation's perception of the war and to understate the war's complexities. He reveals how image makers tried to give minorities a sense of equal participation in the war while not alarming others who clung to the traditions of separate races, classes, and gender roles. He argues that the most pervasive feature of wartime visual imagery was its polarized depiction of the world as good or bad, and he discusses individuals - Margaret Bourke-White, Bill Mauldin, Elmer Davis, and others - who fought against these limitations. He shows that the polarized ways of viewing encouraged by World War II influenced American responses to political issues for decades to follow, particularly in the simplistic way that the Vietnam War was depicted by both official and antiwar forces."--Pub. desc.

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Author : Morris Leopold Ernst
ISBN : UOM:39015011025742
Genre : Performing Arts
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Truncated And Censored Samples

Author : A. Clifford Cohen
ISBN : 9781482277036
Genre : Mathematics
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