Sedulus on TV

December 1972
New Republic;12/2/72, Vol. 167 Issue 21, p21
Focuses on recommendations of U.S. Federal Communications Commission commissioner Nicholas Johnson to ban television advertising of all over-the-counter drugs. Complaint of Johnson against the sympathetic portrayal of drunks in television comedies; Discussion regarding a brainwash advertisement of Bayer aspirin; Reflection of citizenry's free choice of both faith and medicine in the advertisement.


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