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Deadly Censorship - James Lowell Underwood


Friday - July 11, 2014


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South Carolina’s Lt. Governor shoots to death the editor of The State newspaper in downtown Columbia? And is acquitted of all criminal charges? Yes, it did happen—and not so long ago. James Lowell Underwood, author of Deadly Censorship Murder, Honor, and Freedom of the Press (USC Press, 2013) tells the story.


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