For Reporters, a Supervised View of the War Commentator Keith Kay, a former network cameraman and producer, has covered many wars. He decided not to cover the current war in Iraq because, he says, Pentagon policies have made it too difficult for journalists to get unsupervised access to troops.
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For Reporters, a Supervised View of the War

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For Reporters, a Supervised View of the War

For Reporters, a Supervised View of the War

For Reporters, a Supervised View of the War

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Commentator Keith Kay, a former network cameraman and producer, has covered many wars. He decided not to cover the current war in Iraq because, he says, Pentagon policies have made it too difficult for journalists to get unsupervised access to troops.