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Foreclosure on the Fourth Estate

  • A new work by Kimberly Krautter that examines how public communications have effected public policy from Benjamin Frankin and the pamphleteer press to the yellow journalism of Pulitzer and Hearst and thru to the age of Talk Radio and The Internet. It further takes aim at the impact of 20th century marketing and public relations as information agents and brokers. This work is in progress.

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September 30, 2008

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