American Media History
AMERICAN MEDIA HISTORY is a lively text that focuses on the development and impact of the American media. Each chapter of American Media History centers on the development of a particular medium and is written as a story. At the same time, it incorporates brief biographies of important media figures and other primary materials to keep students engrossed with the content.
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THE COLONIAL YEARS
THE PRESS AND THE REVOLUTION
THE PRESS AND THE FOUNDING OF A NATION
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