Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Dissident Press in America

The three earliest models of the American dissident press are inspiring.  The three papers crusading on the behalf of labor rights, abolition of slavery and women’s rights were relentless in their fight for equality and justice.  Reading through these three … Continue reading

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“As Web Challenges French Leaders, They Push Back”

I found this article by the New York Times to be quite upsetting.  I was shocked to hear about the governments’ attempts to silence criticism on the Internet because I was under the impression that media in European countries was … Continue reading

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Why U.S. Journalists Aren’t Standing Up for WikiLeaks

To this day, I am still unsure of my feelings towards the WikiLeaks scandal.  A part of me believes that Julian Assange should be praised for exposing the truth and holding government officials accountable for their underhanded actions.  I mean, … Continue reading

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