The wicked messengers

Nathans, Stephen F.
December 1998
EMedia Professional;Dec98, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p6
Academic Journal
Comments on the role played by electronic publishing media in delivering the details of the sex scandal, involving United States President Bill Clinton, to the people. Use of the Internet in disseminating the Independent Counsel's report; Distribution of the Starr Report to Congress via CD-R; Implications of the electronic media revolution for the press and politics.


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