Dan Smyth’s Avoiding Bloodshed? U.S. Journalists and Censorship in Wartime

Dan summarized his article titled “Avoiding Bloodshed? US Journalists and Censorship in Wartime” that War & Society, an international history journal, published in March 2013. Here’s the abstract:

This article examines censorship of US journalists in World Wars I and II and the Korean War, Vietnam War, and Persian Gulf War, and from war to war, trends in types of censored information. This article also answers whether any censorship has avoided bloodshed or been legitimate, and concludes by examining how, in any future US wars, the government or military could most legitimately ensure safe reporting.

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