The Resource Freedom at risk : secrecy, censorship, and repression in the 1980s, edited by Richard O. Curry

Freedom at risk : secrecy, censorship, and repression in the 1980s, edited by Richard O. Curry

Label
Freedom at risk : secrecy, censorship, and repression in the 1980s
Title
Freedom at risk
Title remainder
secrecy, censorship, and repression in the 1980s
Statement of responsibility
edited by Richard O. Curry
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 342.73/0853
  • 347.302853
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
index present
LC call number
KF4770
LC item number
.F76 1988
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Curry, Richard Orr
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Freedom of speech
  • Freedom of the press
  • Freedom of information
  • Censorship
  • Official secrets
  • National security
  • United States
  • Reagan, Ronald
  • Reagan, Ronald
  • Liberté d'expression
  • Liberté de la presse
  • Liberté d'information
  • Censure
  • Secrets d'État
  • Sécurité nationale
  • États-Unis
Label
Freedom at risk : secrecy, censorship, and repression in the 1980s, edited by Richard O. Curry
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [387]-411
Contents
  • Thought control and the writing of history
  • Thomas G. Paterson
  • The Reagan administration and the Freedom of Information Act
  • Diana M.T.K. Autin
  • Coming : the big chill?
  • Janet Raloff
  • A proposal to limit government-imposed secrecy
  • Stephen H. Unger
  • Part III. The OMB : an Orwellian ministry of information
  • Office of Management and Budget : the hidden power
  • Introduction
  • Donna A. Demac
  • The Samuel Loring Morison case : secrecy by judicial fiat
  • The Morison case : the leaker as "spy"
  • Steven Burkholder
  • IV. National security and seditious libel
  • The new seditious libel
  • Judith Schenck Koffler
  • Part V. Ideological exclusion : the McCarran-Walter Act
  • The excludables
  • Mark Schapiro
  • Richard O. Curry
  • When the imagination of the writer is confronted by the imagination of the state
  • Margaret Randall
  • Part VI. USIA : the politicization of international educational and cultural affairs programs
  • Paranoia - Reagan style : encounters with the USIA
  • Choices : international education, civil liberties, and domestic politics during the 1980s
  • Richard O. Curry
  • Part VII. Disinformation and psycholinguistic manipulation
  • Disinformation and mass deception : democracy as a cover story
  • William Preston, Jr. and Ellen Ray
  • The language of the arms race : should the people limit government speech?
  • Part I. The First Amendment : an uncertain future
  • Richard Delgado
  • Part VIII. Drug testing
  • Presumption of guilt
  • Nat Hentoff
  • The politics of America's latest drug scare
  • Harry G. Levine and Craig Reinarman
  • Part IX. The FBI and domestic surveillance
  • Conservative politics and surveillance : the cold war, the Reagan administration, and the FBI
  • Athan Theoharis
  • The Reagan administration, the First Amendment, and FBI domestic security investigations
  • The state of the First Amendment as we enter "1984"
  • Geoffrey R. Stone
  • Part X. Conspiracy trials
  • The new conspiracy trial : patterns in federal prosecution
  • Michael Ratner and Eleanor Stein
  • Part XI. The sanctuary movement
  • The sanctuary movement
  • Michael McConnell and Reny Golden
  • Part XII. The Reagan administration and the courts
  • The Reagan administration and the federal judiciary
  • Jamie Kalven
  • Thomas I. Emerson
  • Part XIII. Libel cases and other attacks on the media
  • The Sharon verdict : wrong case, wrong place, wrong result
  • Martin Garbus
  • Beyond Westmoreland : the Right's attack on the press
  • Walter Schneir and Miriam Schneir
  • Inaccuracy in media : Accuracy in Media rewrites the news and history
  • Louis Wolf
  • Part II. Censorship and secrecy
  • Federal restrictions on the free flow of academic information and ideas
  • John Shattuck
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 423 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035080213
Label
Freedom at risk : secrecy, censorship, and repression in the 1980s, edited by Richard O. Curry
Link
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [387]-411
Contents
  • Thought control and the writing of history
  • Thomas G. Paterson
  • The Reagan administration and the Freedom of Information Act
  • Diana M.T.K. Autin
  • Coming : the big chill?
  • Janet Raloff
  • A proposal to limit government-imposed secrecy
  • Stephen H. Unger
  • Part III. The OMB : an Orwellian ministry of information
  • Office of Management and Budget : the hidden power
  • Introduction
  • Donna A. Demac
  • The Samuel Loring Morison case : secrecy by judicial fiat
  • The Morison case : the leaker as "spy"
  • Steven Burkholder
  • IV. National security and seditious libel
  • The new seditious libel
  • Judith Schenck Koffler
  • Part V. Ideological exclusion : the McCarran-Walter Act
  • The excludables
  • Mark Schapiro
  • Richard O. Curry
  • When the imagination of the writer is confronted by the imagination of the state
  • Margaret Randall
  • Part VI. USIA : the politicization of international educational and cultural affairs programs
  • Paranoia - Reagan style : encounters with the USIA
  • Choices : international education, civil liberties, and domestic politics during the 1980s
  • Richard O. Curry
  • Part VII. Disinformation and psycholinguistic manipulation
  • Disinformation and mass deception : democracy as a cover story
  • William Preston, Jr. and Ellen Ray
  • The language of the arms race : should the people limit government speech?
  • Part I. The First Amendment : an uncertain future
  • Richard Delgado
  • Part VIII. Drug testing
  • Presumption of guilt
  • Nat Hentoff
  • The politics of America's latest drug scare
  • Harry G. Levine and Craig Reinarman
  • Part IX. The FBI and domestic surveillance
  • Conservative politics and surveillance : the cold war, the Reagan administration, and the FBI
  • Athan Theoharis
  • The Reagan administration, the First Amendment, and FBI domestic security investigations
  • The state of the First Amendment as we enter "1984"
  • Geoffrey R. Stone
  • Part X. Conspiracy trials
  • The new conspiracy trial : patterns in federal prosecution
  • Michael Ratner and Eleanor Stein
  • Part XI. The sanctuary movement
  • The sanctuary movement
  • Michael McConnell and Reny Golden
  • Part XII. The Reagan administration and the courts
  • The Reagan administration and the federal judiciary
  • Jamie Kalven
  • Thomas I. Emerson
  • Part XIII. Libel cases and other attacks on the media
  • The Sharon verdict : wrong case, wrong place, wrong result
  • Martin Garbus
  • Beyond Westmoreland : the Right's attack on the press
  • Walter Schneir and Miriam Schneir
  • Inaccuracy in media : Accuracy in Media rewrites the news and history
  • Louis Wolf
  • Part II. Censorship and secrecy
  • Federal restrictions on the free flow of academic information and ideas
  • John Shattuck
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 423 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035080213

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