Lee C. Bollinger

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The front page of The New York Times, the day after President Hosni Mubarak was ousted from office. (AFP/Stan Honda)

The US press is our press

The international media depend on the U.S. press to cover U.S. stories–and many of these, from the subprime mortgage crisis to NSA surveillance, are global stories because of their worldwide repercussions. But international journalists also rely on the U.S. press to report and comment on most world events. Therefore any restriction on U.S. journalists’ freedom…

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