Press Freedom

Paley, William S.
August 1980
Vital Speeches of the Day;8/15/80, Vol. 46 Issue 21, p670
Primary Source Document
Presents the text of a speech delivered by William S. Paley, chairman of CBS Inc., at the Associated Press Broadcasters Convention, Denver, Colorado on June 6, 1980 which dealt with press freedom.


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