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Posted at 07:18 PM ET, 04/07/2011

Should the Gauguin painting have been censored in news reports on local TV?

When Paul Gauguin’s masterpiece, “Two Tahitian Women,” on display at the National Gallery, was attacked late last week by a woman who said she objected to the women’s state of semi-nudity, some local TV stations covered their bare breasts with a “chyron” banner or blurring, while other stations chose to show viewers the entire painting, including the mammaries that had caused such a ruckus.

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