Freedom of dilemma : critical readings in the mass media / [compiled by] David J. Riley.
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Riley, David J.
Scott, Foresman and Company.
295 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Case in point / Ben J. Bagdikian -- News in the 'seventies / Roger Tatarian -- Jim Crow journalism / William L. Rivers -- Televising the real world / Robert E. Kintner -- May your news be good / Alexander Bodi -- 'Dear sir: you cur ... ' / Richard Graf -- When the tail wags the dog / Jack Kinkel -- Real Stokely Carmichael / Robert Lewis Shayon -- Old new journalism / John Tebbel -- Minds behind the news / Nicholas Von Hoffman -- Is TV brutalizing your child? / Eliot A. Daley -- More violent than ever / Richard L. Tobin -- When nonviolence hurts / Joseph Finnigan -- TV violence and sports / Harry J. Cargas -- Who killed Benny Paret? / Norman Cousins -- Violence in television entertainment programs / from the Eisenhower Commission Report -- Battle rages again / Edith Efron -- Trial by headline / Louis Nizer -- Justice, the press, and My Lai / from NEWSWEEK -- Narrow confines of British crime reporting / Norman Moss -- For fair trial and free press / Alexander Bodi -- Reason dethroned / from THE NATION -- Crack in canon 35 / Herbert Brucker -- Newsmen and their confidential sources / Abraham S. Goldstein -- Mitchell and the media / from NATIONAL REVIEW -- Agnew at Des Moines -- Agnew at Montgomery / an address by Vice President Spiro Agnew -- Commentary on Agnew / James Reston -- Question of television's power / James J. Kilpatrick -- Question of reporting / Herbert Brucker-- Rampant on a field of skewered snobs / Tom Wicker -- Bull's-eyes and bombast / William Randolph Hearst, Jr. -- Speaking for myself alone / Howard K. Smith -- Some sober second thoughts on Vice President Agnew / Fred W. Friendly -- Dangers of television sportscasting / Art Buchwald -- Danger of getting used to lies / Robert M. Shaw -- Government has the right to lie / Arthur Sylvester -- (But don't tell anyone I told you) / Seymour M. Hersh -- Does the Washington press lie? / Stewart Alsop -- How to make things worse / James Reston -- Where TV fails / Robert E. Kintner -- Credibility myth / Kenneth Crawford -- Leakiest winter on record / Clayton Fritchey -- Off-the-record / TRB -- Kennedy, Nixon, and television / Robert E. Kintner -- Political conventions-live and in color / Penn Kimball -- Plaguing fictions of politics / Emmet John Hughes -- TV politics: too high a price / an editorial from LIFE -- Why not ban paid political broadcasting? / John Osborne -- Punctured image / from NEWSWEEK -- What really happened in Asbury Park? / Max Gunther -- Unreal world of television news / Henry Fairlie -- What it's like to broadcast news / Walter Cronkite -- Bad show for reporters / Kenneth G. Gross -- Chicago: kudos and conflict / Robert Lewis Shayon -- Chicago-in living color / Kenneth Crawford -- Chicago: a post-mortem / Reuven Frank -- TV and campus unrest / Neil Hickey -- News media and the disorders / from the Kerner Commission Report.
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