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Tom Ashbrook

The assault on NPR

By Tom Ashbrook
May 26, 2005

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WHEN GOVERNMENT media masters ask broadcasters to replace news with music, watch out. That was the Kremlin's way on bad days in Soviet-era Moscow. Days when someone important had died. Days when things had gone badly wrong. (Full article: 785 words)

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