Go Advanced Search
 

Get this free title from:




Free Stuff in These Categories
Find More Titles by
This Author: Michael Chertoff
This Publisher: Intelligence Squared U.S.

Freedom of the Press Does Not Extend to State Secrets by Michael Chertoff

Freedom of the Press Does Not Extend to State Secrets

by Michael Chertoff

Video



Product Details

 
Audio Original
Running Time
1 Hr. 42 Min.

LearnOutLoud.com Review

Hear an interesting debate on the freedom of the press and whether or not they have the right under the 1st amendment to publish state secrets. Both sides agree that some state secrets need to be kept such as the identities of spies, nuclear secrets, and other secrets which might obviously endanger the United States. But they disagree as to whether the press or the government has the power to determine the release of other state secrets which may be more controversial. They also debate over new incarnations of "the press" such as the Wikileaks leak from Julian Assange. It's an interesting and sometimes confusing debate over the freedom of the press in this new digital information age.


People Who Liked Freedom of the Press Does Not Extend to State Secrets Also Liked These Free Titles:
Reviews & Ratings
User Reviews         Rate this title  

More Details

  • LearnOutLoud.com Product ID: F082136
Available On
Volumes
ISBN-10
ISBN-13
Download