ISSUE: VOLUME 2.01 SPRING 1973
Turkey on the slippery slope

The press under martial law

On 12 March 1971 the ten-year period of democratic rule that Turkey had been enjoying was  brought to an end by a military coup which forced the government then in power to resign, and created in its place a new 'strong government' designed to put an end to what was regarded as 'anarchy.' This involved the immediate implementation of measures that were directed at anyone suspected of left wing tendencies and at curtailing many aspects of intellectual life. In this issue, Index publishes material describing changes that have taken place in Turkey over the last two years.

with Dogan Ozguden, Osman Turkay

Irish TV: Paul O'Higgins

Un-American activities: Geoffrey Ryan

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