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Volume 77, Number 3, Fall 2010

Table of Contents

Limiting Knowledge in a Democracy

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

pp. v-xi

Editor’s Introduction

pp. xiii-xiv

Part I: Recurrence of Limits on Knowledge

Introduction: Recurrence of Limits on Knowledge

pp. 769-772

Secrecy and National Security Whistleblowing

pp. 773-804

The Freedom of Information Act and the Press: Obstruction or Transparency?

pp. 805-810

Afterburn: Knowledge and Wartime

pp. 811-826

Limiting Democracy: The American Media’s World View, and Ours

pp. 827-838

National Security Secrecy: How the Limits Change

pp. 839-852

Part II: Arguments For and Against Limits on Knowledge in a Democracy

Introduction: Arguments for and against Limits on Knowledge in a Democracy

pp. 855-856

Varieties of Freedom and Their Distribution

pp. 857-872

The Mosaic Theory

pp. 873-882

The Inverse Relationship between Secrecy and Privacy

pp. 883-898

Part III: Limits on Knowledge: The Nexus of Power, Policy, and Research

Introduction: Limits to Knowledge? No Easy Answer

pp. 901-904

When Worlds Collide: Health Surveillance, Privacy, and Public Policy

pp. 905-928

Part IV: Mechanisms of Limiting Knowledge

Introduction: Points of Control

pp. 931-940

Secrecy in Three Acts

pp. 970-974

The Obama Administration’s Commitment to Transparency: A Progress Report

pp. 975-980

Four Phases of Internet Regulation

pp. 981-996

Normal Science and Limits on Knowledge: What We Seek to Know, What We Choose Not to Know, What We Don’t Bother Knowing

pp. 997-1010

Part V: What We Have Learned about Limiting Knowledge in a Democracy: A Conversation

What We Have Learned about Limiting Knowledge in a Democracy

pp. 1013-1049

Notes on Contributors

Research Areas

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