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No Questions Asked: News Coverage since 9/11 (Democracy and the News)

by Lisa Finnegan

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No Questions Asked takes an overarching view of media coverage from the day of the 9/11 attacks through the war in Iraq. It also compares and contrasts the U.S. versus international media coverage of key events during this period. Fact-based rather than polemic, the book explains why journalists responded the way they did during wartime and explores the ramifications for democracy of a weak press.… (more)

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