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The Media and the Presidency: An Exchange Analysis
Michael Baruch Grossman and Francis E. Rourke contend that what has been traditionally characterized as an adversary relationship between the president and the press has been taking more of the form of a mutually beneficial exchange of news for publicity. They also believe that the press has recently been improving its position in the trading relationship that historically has been dominated by the White House.

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