Project Censored 2004:

The Top 25 Censored Media Stories Of 2002-2003

1) The Neoconservative Plan for Global Dominance
2) Homeland Security Threatens Civil Liberty
3) US Illegally Removes Pages from Iraq U.N. Report
4) Rumsfeld's Plan to Provoke Terrorists
5) The Effort to Make Unions Disappear
6) Closing Access to Information Technology
7) Treaty Busting by the United States
8) US/British Forces Continue Use of Depleted Uranium Weapons Despite Massive Evidence of Negative Health Effects
9) In Afghanistan: Poverty, Women's Rights, and Civil Disruption Worse than Ever
10) Africa Faces Threat of New Colonialism
11) U.S. Implicated in Taliban Massacre
12) Bush Administration Behind Failed Military Coup in Venezuela
13) Corporate Personhood Challenged
14) Unwanted Refugees a Global Problem
15) U.S. Military's War on the Earth
16) Plan Puebla-Panama and the FTAA
17) Clear Channel Monopoly Draws Criticism
18) Charter Forest Proposal Threatens Access to Public Lands
19) U.S. Dollar vs. the Euro: Another Reason for the Invasion of Iraq
20) Pentagon Increases Private Military Contracts
21) Third World Austerity Policies: Coming Soon to a City Near You
22) Welfare Reform Up For Reauthorization, but Still No Safety Net
23) Argentina Crisis Sparks Cooperative Growth
24) Aid to Israel Fuels Repressive Occupation in Palestine
25) Convicted Corporations Receive Perks Instead of Punishment



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