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Press Freedom Under the Recovery ProgramNov. 4, 1933
New Experiments in Newspaper-MakingMay 1, 1940
World Press FreedomDec. 10, 1945
Facsimile NewspapersMar. 26, 1947
Newsprint SupplySep. 5, 1947
Press and StateSep. 21, 1948
Government and the PressMay 6, 1953
Newsprint DeficitApr. 25, 1956
Privileged CommunicationsDec. 2, 1959
Reading Boom: Books and MagazinesDec. 20, 1961
Newspaper MergersJan. 9, 1963
Libel Suits and Press FreedomDec. 4, 1963
Politicians and the PressSep. 2, 1964
Competing MediaJul. 18, 1969
Magazine Industry Shake-OutDec. 15, 1971
Blacks in the News MediaAug. 16, 1972
Newsmen's RightsDec. 20, 1972
Access to the MediaJun. 21, 1974
News Media OwnershipMar. 11, 1977
Media ReformsDec. 23, 1977
High Cost of LibelOct. 23, 1981
State of American NewspapersJul. 15, 1983
News Media and Presidential CampaignsOct. 12, 1984
Magazine TrendsJun. 6, 1986
Libel Law: Finding the Right BalanceAug. 18, 1989
Finding Truth in the Age of ‘Infotainment’Jan. 19, 1990
Hard Times at the Nation's NewspapersAug. 24, 1990
Courts and the MediaSep. 23, 1994
Civic JournalismSep. 20, 1996
Student JournalismJun. 5, 1998
Journalism Under FireDec. 25, 1998
Media Ownership (Updated: July 5, 2010)Oct. 10, 2003
Media BiasOct. 15, 2004
Free-Press DisputesApr. 8, 2005
Future of NewspapersJan. 20, 2006
Blog Explosion (Updated: September 14, 2010)Jun. 9, 2006
Future of Journalism (Updated: September 3, 2010)Mar. 27, 2009
Press FreedomFeb. 5, 2010
Journalism Standards in the Internet AgeOct. 8, 2010
Press FreedomNov. 2010
Combat JournalismApr. 12, 2013
Free Speech at RiskApr. 26, 2013
Media BiasMay 3, 2013
Digital JournalismMay 30, 2014
Trust in MediaJun. 9, 2017
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