Rethinking Media Politics and Public Opinion: Reactions to the Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal
Regina G. Lawrence and W. Lance Bennett offer an alternative interpretation of public opinion during the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Rejecting the “prosperity” explanation, they explore four dimensions of public reactions to the Clinton impeachment that are not well explained by simpler models.
The Hybrid Media System: Politics and Power, Andrew Chadwick Reviewed by Regina G. Lawrence
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