Mass Media Law
This market leading text offers a solid presentation of law with a strong historical emphasis. Known for its clear explanations of difficult topics and its consistent pedagogy, the text includes interesting tips, mid-chapter summaries, a table of cases and more. Three libel chapters set the standard for coverage of libel.
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The Meaning of Freedom
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