France's Limited Free Press
C. R. Eisendrath, in
Michigan ~&rt& Review (Fall 1981),
3032 Rackham Bldg., University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48109,
Had French laws concerning the press been applied in the United States, the Watergate story, the Pentagon Papers, critical accounts of the Vietnam War, and most reports about Senator Edward Kennedy's Chappaquidick accident might never have appeared. So writes Eisen- drath, communications professor at the University of Michigan.
There are 46 "exempted subjects"...