Alumnus Magazine interaction with the U.S. Board of censorship 1944
|"Code of Wartime Practices for the American Press"|
|Memorandum from the Navy.|
Ultimately, the answer lies in a gray area of moral ambiguity. The government should watch for press releases of information that definitely would endanger the lives of American citizens. Whether the U.S. government can be trusted with that responsibility is still debatable.
|Harry Hicks, one of the soldiers mentioned in the magazine.|