Top Censored Stories of 1976-1975

  • On February 4, 1976, the swine flu scare began when state health authorities, conducting a routine check on a flu outbreak at the Fort Dix, New Jersey, Army base, found they could not identify the virus in some of the blood samples taken from the sick soldiers. Shortly there­after, a …

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  • According to author/researcher Richard Levine, “The grim facts are that one in four Americans will die of cancer and the survival rates for those stricken with the disease have not improved significantly in the past two decades, despite the billions of dollars spent on research. In this kind of atmosphere …

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  • On June 2, 1976, Don Bolles was permanently “censored” as an investigative reporter for the Arizona Republic when his car exploded in the parking lot of the Hotel Chardon in Phoenix. As he had been for more than ten years, Bolles was in­vestigating a new lead dealing with massive land …

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  • While coffee prices were tripling in 1976, most Americans were led to believe it was due to a severe 1975 frost in Brazil. However, Congressman Frank Annunzio and others have suggested different causes of the coffee price spiral. “… the frost is significant,” Annunzio said, “but is not, in my …

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