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Liberty’s Limits

We have been repeatedly disappointed in our hopes that economic liberalization in China and Russia would pave the way for media liberalization, writes Mark Gimein.

“One of the great hopes of the last decade has been that economic liberalization in China and Russia would pave the way for media liberalization. In this we have been repeatedly disappointed,” writes Mark Gimein. “As commercial media organizations have started to pose more of a threat to the autocratic regimes … the limits of the new commercial freedoms have become starkly evident.”


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