A forced agreement. Press acquiescence to censorship in Brazil.
Censura, Imprensa, University of Pittsburgh Press, 1997
During much of the military regime in Brazil (1964-1985), an elaborate but illegal system of restrictions prevented the press from covering important news or criticizing the government. In this intriguing new book, Anne-Marie Smith investigates why the press acquiesced to this system, and why this state-administered system of restrictions was known as “self-censorship.”