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New Report: Government Secrecy vs. Freedom of the Press

The First Amendment Center announced on Thursday, January 25, 2007, a new “First Report” by University of Chicago law professor Geoffrey R. Stone. The report, Government Secrecy vs. Freedom of the Press, is available online.

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