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Preliminary Sources The following are the three initial sources that I am going to use. I have included a very short description of each preceding the formal citation. Movie Censorship by the Pentagon: This article examines how by approving certain films, the Pentagon is actually censoring certain ideas it does not wish to have the military associated with. Williams, Kam . Recorder . Indianapolis, Ind.: Dec 31, 2004 .Vol.109, Iss. 53; pg. C3 Operation Hollywood: How the Pentagon Shapes and Censors the Movies: This article also deals with censorship by the Pentagon by investigating the ideas associated
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Unformatted text preview: with approving Hollywood productions. Williams, Kam. The Tennessee Tribune. Nashville, Tenn.: Jul 15-Jul 21, 2004.Vol.14, Iss. 29; pg. 7C War Toys, War Movies, and the Militarization of the United States: This article has a broader theme and deals with militarization in general and how it relates to war advertising. It focuses mainly on the motion picture and merchandise fields of advertising. Regan, Patrick. Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 31, No. 1. (Feb., 1994), pp. 45-58...
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