The Antiwar Movement on the Web
If you get your news by reading newspapers and watching television, you won�ft find much coverage of the antiwar movement. But on the Web, there�fs plenty of evidence of a global grassroots sentiment opposing the war. In fact the Internet�fs crucial role in public debates has never been more evident.
The liberal media watchdog Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting noted that leading American newspapers gave more space to recent British demonstrations against a proposed fox-hunting ban than to coverage of the antiwar movement