The press and America: an interpretive history of the mass media

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Prentice Hall, 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 715 pages
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Contents

THE HERITAGE OF THE AMERICAN PRESS
4
THE COLONIAL YEARS
15
THE PRESS AND THE REVOLUTION
39
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Michael Emery, a former United Press International reporter, earned his Ph.D. in Mass Communications at the University of Minnesota. He was a Professor of Journalism at Cal State-Northridge for twenty six years. In 1992, Michael was honored for his work with the Mencken Award for Best Investigative Journalism story. During the Gulf War, he was the only U.S. correspondent to interview Jordan's King Hussein. Michael passed away in December, 1995.

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