From Milton to McLuhan: The Ideas Behind American Journalism

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Longman, Jan 1, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 447 pages
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This text explores the philosophical foundations of journalism from the libertarian polemics of John Milton in 17th-century England through the controversial essays of 20th-century media prophet, Marshall McLuhan.

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Contents

Journalism as Fire and Light
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JOURNALISM AND THE STUDY OF PHILOSOPHY
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To Keep Us Always Alive with Excitement
13
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