The Media and the War

June 2003
American Enterprise;Jun2003, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p62
Presents the results of several surveys on the views of U.S. citizens regarding press coverage of terrorist attacks and the war led by the U.S. against Iraq. Views concerning the quality of press coverage of terrorist attacks; Public sentiment with regard to responsible handling of news about terrorists; Opinions in relation to the right of reporters to accompany military troops to combat zones.


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