This book compares and contrasts the ways in which the democratic system limits and defines press freedom in two nations known for an unfettered press—the United States and Great Britain. It illustrates the interaction between government and press in these nations.
1. The Press in Britain and the United States 2. Press–Government Relations in Britain: The Falklands Crisis 3. Press–Government Relations in The United States: The Iranian Hostage Crisis 4. Conclusion