Newsmen and Campaigners: Organization Men Make the News
Leon V. Sigal views newsmaking during presidential election campaigns as the product of interaction between two organizations: one composed of newsmen, the other of campaigners. He concludes that the news coverage that results from current organizational routines and journalistic conventions may favor the candidacy of outsiders over that of Washingtonians.
Israel and the Bomb, Avner Cohen Reviewed by Leon V. Sigal
Listening for the Bomb: A Study in Nuclear Arms Control Verification Policy, Philip G. Schrag Reviewed by Leon V. Sigal
Press, Party, and Presidency, Richard L. Rubin Reviewed by Leon V. Sigal
Mediacracy: American Parties and Politics in the Communications Age, Kevin P. Phillips Reviewed by Leon V. Sigalmore by this author
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