Under Siege: Mass Media in Sri Lanka
It Is About Sri Lanka And Its Restrictions On The Press In Various Forms - Highlights The Background And Political Reasons For These Undemocratic Practices - 10 Chapters - Bibliography - Index. Dustjacket Slightly Damaged.
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Press Curbs in Colonial
and the Beginning of the Press Controls
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