The Electronic Commonwealth: The Impact of New Media Technologies on Democratic Politics, F. Christopher Arterton, Jeffrey B. Abramson and Gary R. Orren
The Six O'Clock Presidency: A Theory of Presidential Press Relations in the Age of Television, Fredric T. Smoller Reviewed by Michael X. Delli Carpin
Democracy Without Citizens: Media and the Decay of American Politics, Robert M. Entman Reviewed by Michael X. Delli Carpin
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