Unit 3 Post 3 Emily Evans

These chapters are similar because they both discuss censorship of pictures and words. For example, Sontag explains censorship in war with photography, as non-military cameras are strongly regulated. Similarly, American refusal to acknowledge that the Rwandan genocide was in fact a genocide dealt with censorship of certain kinds of language. In addition, Sontag mentions that the most graphic images of war are presented from Asia and Africa, and there were graphic images released from the Rwandan genocide.

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