Question 7: However,
press censorship remained a reality in the post-war era, especially
in matters of pornography, and in political matters deemed
subversive by the American government during the ________.
Question 8: This means, as ________
observes, that for some producers of texts "the Occupation
censorship was even more exasperating than Japanese military
censorship had been because it insisted that all traces of
censorship be concealed.