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The White House and the News Media: The Phases of Their Relationship
Michael Baruch Grossman and Martha Joynt Kumar explore what they define as phases that have occurred in the relationship between the president and the news media in all administrations since 1960. They suggest that there are three such phases -- alliance, competition, and detachment -- that have recurred in spite of the major differences in policies and personalities of the incumbents.

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