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On the Web: Articles

On the Web: Specialized Sites

National Conference for Media Reform.

Media Justice.

In the Library: Articles

Gruson, Kerry. "Controlling the press: the French experience," Working Papers for a New Society 2,1 (spr 74):24-32.

McChesney, Robert W. & John Nichols. "The making of a movement: getting serious about media reform," Nation (1/7/02):11-17.

__________ & John Nichols. "Holding the line at the FCC," Progressive (4/03):26-29.

Rifkin, Jeremy. "Civil society in the information age," Nation (2/26/96):11-16.

Sharlet, Jeff. “Big world,” Harper’s (12/03):37-45.

Sherman, Scott. "An appeal to reason," Nation (3/10/97):15-19. Urgent need for daily newspaper that represents interests & viewpoint of ordinary working people.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Barsamian, David. The Decline & Fall of Public Broadcasting (Boston, 2001). NPR fails to help listeners develop critical faculties necessary for functioning democracy. Try alternative radio!

Franken, Al. Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them (NY: Dutton, 2003).

McChesney, Robert W. & John Nichols. Our Media, Not Theirs (NY: Seven Stories, 2002).

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