Press Freedom

Friday, September 06, 2002

The balance between an unfettered press and national security is an ongoing debate in government that has swung toward the side of national security since the World Trade Center attacks. Brooke hears both sides from Scott Armstrong of the National Security Archive and Barbara Comstock of the Justice Department.
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