Captive Voices: The Report
Schocken Books, 1974 - College and school journalism - 264 pages
Takes a hard look at the role and problems of high school journalism and journalists - and at their great potential. Discovers grave deficiencies in the teaching of First Amendment rights and the integration of minorities.
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