Vol. 5

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Vol. 5, Issue 1, Winter 1988

The Honolulu Star-Bulletin and the “Day of Infamy”
By Alf Pratte

The Shaping of a Southern Opinion Leader: Ralph McGill and Freedom of Information
By Leonard Ray Teel

Historiographical Essay
Historians and the American Frontier Press
By William E. Huntzicker

Vol. 5, Issue 2, Spring 1988

“Little Ado About Something”: Philadelphia Newspapers and the Constitutional Convention
By Carol Sue Humphrey

Advertisements Masquerading as News In Turn-of-the-Century American Periodicals
By Linda Lawson

Scurrility and the Party Press, 1789-1816
By Wm. David Sloan

Vol. 5, Issue 3, Summer 1988

“A Brave and Beautiful City”: Henry Grady’s New South
By Harold E. Davis

Benjamin Franklin’s Printing Network
By Ralph Frasca

Freedom of the Press, 1690-1801 : Libertarian or Limited?
By Wm. David Sloan and Thomas A. Schwartz

Vol. 5, Issue 4, Autumn 1988

The Dubious Heritage of Media Ethics: Cause-and-Effect Criticism in the 1890s
By John P. Ferre

Franklin Roosevelt, His Administration, and the Communications Act of 1934
By Robert W. McChesney

Historiographical Essay
Historians and Freedom of the Press Since 1800
By Timothy W. Gleason