Journalistic privilege: Blaming the messengers - The Economist

Journalistic privilege: Blaming the messengers

Journalistic privilege: Blaming the messengers - The Economist
Journalistic privilege: Blaming the messengers
Published Aug 21, 2004
695 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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The Plame affair in America raises questions about the freedom of the press UNLESS the American courts reverse themselves, the sight of journalists behind bars will no longer be confined to the world's worst regimes and the pages of...

  
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