Libel: Rights, Risks, Responsibilities
Detailed study of legal issues in libel and slander, discussing recent cases involving personalities such as Dr. Martin Luther King and Dr. Linus Pauling and leading newspapers of New York City.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
LIBEL IS NOT A DIRTY WORD
A WORKING GUIDE
was rr published?
22 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
accused action actual malice advertisement arrested asked asserting attack Briarcliff Lodge broadcasting station called caption carried charge Communist compensatory damages complete defense corporation court held Court of Appeals crime criminal criticism decided decision defamation defamatory defense of truth District Attorney Drew Pearson editor evidence fact fair false Federal filed headline identified investigation involved issue Jersey Joe Walcott judge judicial Kansas Supreme Court Karrigan lawyer libel suit magazine ment Motor Trend Negro newsman newspaper nonlibelous official proceeding opinion paper partial defense person picture plaintiff police Porcella Post printed privilege of reporting proof prosecution protection prove public official published punitive damages Quentin Reynolds question racket radio reader reply reputation Reynolds slander statement statute story sued for libel Supreme Court television testified testimony tion told trial Tribune union upheld verdict Wally Butts witness woman words writer York Herald Tribune York Times rule