Press Freedom and the General Welfare
Doris A. Graber reviews the unparalleled freedom from government regulation the Constitution granted to the press. Given this privileged position of the press, she believes it has fallen far short of being a free marketplace of ideas and information, the people's watchdog over government, or the guardian of minority rights.
When the Press Fails: Political Power and the News Media from Iraq to Katrina, Regina G. Lawrence, W. Lance Bennett and Steven Livingston Reviewed by Doris A. Graber
Politics and Film: The Political Culture of Film in the United States, Daniel P. Franklin Reviewed by Doris A. Graber
Breaking the News: A Review Essay, Doris A. Graber
Pulp Politics: How Political Advertising Tells the Stories of American Politics, Glenn W. Richardson, Jr. Reviewed by Doris A. Graber
Entertainment and Politics: The Influence of Pop Culture on Young Adult Political Socialization, David J. Jackson Reviewed by Doris A. Grabermore by this author
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