This chapter presents the progression of events and considers the cause of the problems and the measures that have been recommended to prevent them in the future. It discusses that assessing whether these recommendations are adequate to provide better news coverage in the future. In Just Cause, the deliberate restriction of information concerned the facts that the operation was to occur and the time it was to occur. In the aftermath of Just Cause, the government realized that the problems related to the sixteen-member press pool were of such magnitude that Peter Williams, the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, called for an investigation. The press mellowed its stance to one that could be considered as having been very favorable toward President Reagan. Additionally, in the final analysis, the majority of the American public can be expected to side with their decision to restrict/inhibit press access in order to protect American lives and ensure the success of American endeavors.