Journalism and the Recent Past: 1960s and Beyond

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Ackland, Len.  “The Press, National Security, and Nuclear Weapons: Lessons From Rocky Flats.”  Journal of Land, Resources, and Environmental Law 24:1 (2004): 17-28.

Adler, Ruth.  The Working Press.  New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1966.  (NY Times “stories behind the stories”)

Agee, Warren K., ed. The Press and the Public Interest. Washington, DC: Public Affairs Press, 1968.

Alexander, Douglas A. “The Muckraking Books of Pearson, Allen, and Anderson.”  American Journalism 2:1 (1985): 5-21.

Allen, David S.  “The Pen and the Secret Sword: The CIA-News Media Relationship.” PhD dissertation, Penn State University, 1986.

Altschull, Herbert.   Agents of Power: The Role of the News Media in Human Affairs.  New York: Longman, 1984.

Anderson, Jack.  The Anderson Papers.  New York: Random House, 1973.

Andrews, Kenneth T., and Michael Biggs. “The Dynamics of Protest Diffusion: Movement Organizations, Social Networks, and News Media in the 1960 Sit-Ins.” American Sociological Review 71 (Oct. 2006): 752–777.

Aronson, James.  Deadline for the Media.  Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1972.

Ashley, Laura, and Beth Olson.  “Constructing Reality: Print Media’s Framing of the Women’s Movement, 1966-1986.”  Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 75:2 (Summer 1998): 263-276.

Atwood, Elizabeth.  “Reaching the Pinnacle of the Punditocracy: James J. Kilpatrick’s Journey from Segregationist Editor to National Opinion Shaper.” American Journalism 31:3 (Summer 2014): 358-377.

Aucoin, James L. “The Re-emergence of American Investigative Journalism, 1960-1975.” Journalism History 21:1 (Winter 1995): 3-15.

Aucoin, James L.  The Evolution of Investigative Journalism.  Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2005.

Azocar, Cristina.  News Media and the Indigenous Fight for Federal Recognition.  Lanham: Lexington Books, 2022.

Babbington, Stuart Carroll.  “A Plurality of Voices? A Legal and Historical Study of Newspaper Competition in the United States, 1955-2005.” PhD dissertation, University of Southern Mississippi, 2007.

Babbington, Stuart C. “Newspaper Monopolies under the Microscope: The Celler Hearings of 1963.” American Journalism 28 (Spring 2011): 112–136.

Bagdikian, Ben.  The Effete Conspiracy and Other Crimes by the Press.  New York: Harper and Row, 1972.

Bagdikian, Ben.  “The Fruits of Agnewism.”  Columbia Journalism Review (January/February 1973): 9-23.

Bagdikian, Ben H. “Woodstein U: Notes on the Mass Production and Questionable Education of Journalists.” Atlantic Monthly (March 1977): 80-92.

Bagdikian, Ben. The Media Monopoly. 6th ed.  Boston: Beacon Press, 2000.

Baldwin, Hanson W.  “Managed News: Our Peacetime Censorship.”  Atlantic Monthly (April 1963): 53-59.

Barrett, David M. “The Bay of Pigs Fiasco and the Kennedy Administration’s Off-the-Record Briefings for Journalists.” Journal of Cold War Studies 21:2 (Spring 2019): 3-26.

Barrett, Edward W.  Journalists in Action.  Manhasset, NY: Channel Press, 1963.

Bauer, A.J.  “Before ‘Fair and Balanced’”: Conservative Media Activism and the Rise of the New Right.” PhD dissertation, New York University, 2017.

Baughman, James L. The Republic of Mass Culture: Journalism, Filmmaking and Broadcasting in America Since 1941.  3rd ed.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006.

Baughman, James L. “There Were Two Gerald Fords: John Hersey and Richard Reeves Profile a President.” American Literary History 24 (Fall 2012): 444–467.

Bedingfield, Sid.  “Partisan Journalism and the Rise of the Republican Party in South Carolina, 1959-1962.”  Journalism and Mass Communications Quarterly 90:1 (Spring 2013): 5-22.

Bedingfield, Sid.  “Who is Nicholas Stanford?: The New York Times Music Critic and His Secret Role in the Rise of the ‘Liberal Media’ Claim.” American Journalism 35:4 (Fall 2018): 398-419.

Bedinfield, Sid.  “The Journalism of Roy Wilkins and the Rise of Law-and-Order Rhetoric, 1964-1968.” Journalism History 45:3 (2019): 250-269.   

Benjaminson, Peter.  Death in the Afternoon: America’s Newspaper Giants Struggle for Survival.  Kansas City: Andrews, McNeel, and Parker, 1984.

Benson, Thomas W.  Writing JFK: Presidential Rhetoric and the Press in the Bay of Pigs Crisis.  College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2004.

Bethell, Thomas.  “The Myth of an Adversary Press.”  Harper’s (January 1977): 33-40.

Blumberg, Nathan.  “Misreporting the Peace Movement.”  Columbia Journalism Review 9 (Winter 1970-71): 28-32.

Boczkowski, Pablo J.  “The Mutual Shaping of Technology and Society in Videotex Newspapers: Beyond the Diffusion and Social Shaping Perspectives.”  Information Society 20:4 (Septermber/October 2004): 255-267.

Bogart, Leo.  “Changing News Interests and the News Media.”  Public Opinion Quarterly 32:4 (Winter 1968-1969): 560-574.

Bogart, Leo.  Preserving the Press: How Daily Newspapers Mobilized to Keep their Readers.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1991.

Bonner, Carol Alice.  “Changing the Color of News: Robert Maynard and the Desegregation of Daily Newspapers.”  PhD dissertation, University of North Carolina, 1999.

Boyd, Richard.  “Representing Political Violence: The Mainstream Media and the Weatherman ‘Days of Rage’.” American Studies 41:1 (Spring 2000): 141-164.

Bradley, Patricia.  Mass Media and the Shaping of American Feminism, 1963-1975.  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2003.

Brandt, J. Donald. A History of Gannett, 1906-1993. Arlington, VA: Gannett Co., 1993.

Brett, Edward T.  The U.S. Catholic Press on Central America: From Cold War Anti-Communism to Social Justice.  Notre Dame University Press, 2003.

Brokaw, Tom.  The Fall of Richard Nixon: A Reporter Remembers Watergate.  New York: Random House, 2019.

Broder, David S.  Behind the Front Page: A Candid Look at How News is Made.  New York: Simon and Schuster, 1987.

Brown, Timothy Scott, and Andrew Lison, eds.  The Global Sixties in Sound and Vision: Media, Counterculture, Revolt.   New York: Routledge, 2014.

Burd, Gene. “The Selling of the Sunbelt: Civic Boosterism in the Media,” in David Perry and Alfred Watkins, eds., The Rise of the Sunbelt Cities, Urban Affairs Annual Reviews, Vol. 14. Beverly Hills: Sage, 1977.

Busterna, John C., and Kathleen A. Hansen. “Presidential Endorsement Patterns by Chain-Owned Papers, 1976-84.” Journalism Quarterly 67:2 (1990): 286-294.

Campbell, W. Joseph.  “Watergate at 50: Solidifying a Mythical Narrative.” American Journalism 49:4 (Fall 2022): 430-446.

Carlson, Matt. On the Condition of Anonymity: Unnamed Sources and the Battle for Journalism.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2011. 

Casey, Ralph D., ed.  The Press in Perspective.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1963.

Cecil, Matthew.  Hoover’s FBI and the Fourth Estate: The Campaign to Control the Press and the Bureau’s Image.  Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2014.

Cecil, Matthew.  “Unveiling the Sick Elephant: CIA Public Relations and the Soviet Economic Forecast Controversy of 1964.” American Journalism 36:2 (2019): 171-195.

Chambles, Timothy Mark. “Muckraker at Work: Columnist Jack Anderson and the Watergate Scandal, 1972-1974.” PhD dissertation, University of Utah, 1987.

Cimaglio, Christopher.  “‘A Tiny and Closed Fraternity of Privileged Men’: The Nixon-Agnew Antimedia Campaign and the Liberal Roots of the U.S. Conservative ‘Liberal Media’ Critique.” International Journal of Communication 10 (2016): 1–19.

Cirino, Robert.  Power to Persuade: Mass Media and the News.  New York: Bantam Books, 1974.

Clark, Jennifer Susanne. “Mapping Feminism: Representing Women’s Liberation in 1970s Popular Media.”  PhD dissertation, University of Southern California, 2007.

Clayman Steven E., Marc N. Elliott, John Heritage, and Megan K. Beckett. “ A Watershed in White House Journal­ism: Explaining the Post-1968 Rise of Aggressive Presidential News.” Political Communication27 (2010): 229–247.

Clor, Harry M., ed.  The Mass Media and Modern Democracy.  Chicago: Rand McNally, 1974. 

Cohen, Bernard C.  The Press and Foreign Policy.  Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1963.

Cohen, Stanley, and Jock Young, eds.  The Manufacture of News. Beverly Hills, Cal.: Sage, 1973.

Collins, Gail.  Scorpion Tongues: Gossip, Celebrity, and American Politics.  New York: William Morrow, 1998.

Comfort, Suzannah Evans.  “Journalism as an Advocacy Tool: Negotiating Boundaries of Professionalism in the 20thCentury American Environmental Movement.” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 97:4 (2020): 1080-1100.

Coyle, Erin K. “Press Freedom and Citizens’ Right to Know in the 1960s: Sam Ragan’s Crusade to Provide the Public with Access to Criminal Justice Information.” Journalism History 43:1 (2017): 44-55.

Cressman, Dale L.  “Project Westward Ho: The First New York Times West Coast Edition.” Journalism History 47:2 (2021): 135-158.  

Crouse, Timothy. The Boys on the Bus: Riding With the Campaign Press Corps. New York: Random House, 1973.

Daly, Charles, ed.  The Media and the Cities.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1968.

Davenport, Christian.  Media Bias, Perspective, and State Repression: The Black Panther Party.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009.

Davies, David Randall.  The Postwar Decline of American Newspapers, 1945-1965.  Westport, Conn.:  Greenwood Press, 2006.

DeBrosse, Jim.  “Four Dead in Ohio: How the Media Ignored the Threat of Deadly Force at Kent State University May 4, 1970.” Journalism History 39:1 (Spring 2013): 40-49.

Dennis, Everette E. & Rivers, William L. Other Voices: The New Journalism in America. (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2011.  (update of 1974 edition)

Devereux, Erik August.  “The Partisan Press Revisited: Newspapers and Politics in the United States, 1964-1968.” PhD dissertation, University of Texas at Austin, 1993.

Di Cicco, Damon T.  “The Public Nuisance Paradigm: Changes in Mass Media Coverage of Political Protest since the 1960s.” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 87 (Spring 2010): 135–153.

Dickson, Sandra H.  “Press and U.S. Policy Toward Nicaragua, 1983-1987: A Study of the New York Times and Washington Post.”  Journalism Quarterly 69 (1992): 562-71.

Dinsmore, Herman H.  All the News that Fits: A Critical Analysis of the News and Editorial Content of the New York Times.  New Rochelle: Arlington House, 1969.

Dobkin, Bethami A.  Tales of Terror: Television News and the Construction of the Terrorist Threat.  New York: Praeger, 1992.

Douglas, Susan J. Where the Girls Are: Growing Up Female with the Mass Media.  New York: Times Books, 1994.

Dow, Bonnie J.  Prime-Time Feminism: The Mass Media and the Women’s Movement Since 1970.  Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1996.

Dow, Bonnie J.  “Feminism, Miss America, and Media Mythology,” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 6:1 (2003): 127-160.

Downie, Leonard.  The New Muckrakers.  Washington DC: New Republic Book Co., 1976.

Duren, Brad Lee.   “‘Lights, camera, history’: Media Culture and the Kent State Shootings.”  PhD dissertation, Oklahoma State University, 2005. 

Dygert, James H.  The Investigative Journalist: Folk Heroes of a New Era.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1976.

Edy, Jill.  Troubled Pasts: News and the Collective Memory of Social Unrest. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2006.

Elias, Katherine J.  “A Mutually Beneficial Relationship: John F. Kennedy, Network Television News, and Foreign Crises, 1961-1963.”  PhD dissertation, State University of New York- New Brunswick, 2004.

Elliott, William R., and William J. Schenck-Hammond.  “Film, Politics, and the Press: The Influence of All the President’s Men.”  Journalism Quarterly 56 (Autumn 1979): 546-553.

Emery, Michael.  America’s Leading Daily Newspapers. Indianapolis: RJ Berg and Co., 1983.

Emery, Edwin.  “Press Support for Johnson and Goldwater.”  Journalism Quarterly 41:4 (September 1964): 485-488.

Enriquez, Jonmikel.  “Theodore White and the Remaking of Political Journalism.”  PhD dissertation, Georgetown University, 1998.

Epstein, Edward J.  Between Fact and Fiction: The Problem of Journalism.  New York: Vintage, 1975.

Epstein, Laurily Keir, ed. Women and the News. New York: Hastings House, 1978.

Erikson, Robert S.  “The Influence of Newspaper Endorsements in Presidential Elections: The Case of 1964.” American Journal of Political Science 20:2 (May 1976): 207-233.

Ettema, James S., and Theodore L. Glasser.  Custodians of Conscience: Investigative Journalism and Public Virtue.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1998.

Evans Comfort, Suzannah. “Journalism as an Advocacy Tool: Negotiating Boundaries of Professionalism in the 20thCentury American Environmental Movement.” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 97:4 (December 2020): 1080-1100.

Evans Comfort, Suzannah, and Lauren Ulrich. “From Distant to Devastating: The Newsworthiness of Environmental Controversies at the New York Times, 1950s-1970s.” Journalism History 48:4 (October 2022): 349-364.

Feighery, Glen.  “The Warren Report’s Forgotten Chapter:  Press Response to Criticism of Kennedy Assassination Coverage.”  American Journalism 20 (Spring 2003): 83-101.

Feldstein, Mark A.  “Watergate’s Forgotten Reporter: The Battle Between Columnist Jack Anderson and President Richard Nixon.”  PhD dissertation, University of North Carolina, 2002.

Feldstein, Mark.  “Media Coverage and a Federal Grand Jury: Publication of Secret Watergate Transcripts.”  American Journalism 24:2 (Spring 2007): 7-33.

Feldstein, Mark.  Poisoning the Press: Richard Nixon, Jack Anderson, and the Rise of Washington’s Scandal Culture.  New York: FSG, 2010.

Feldstein, Mark.  “Wallowing in Watergate: Historiography, Methodology, and Mythology in Journalism’s Celebrated Moment.”  American Journalism 31:4 (Fall 2014): 550-570.

Ferling, John E. “History as Journalism: An Assessment of Theodore White.” Journalism Quarterly 54:2 (1977): 320-326.

Fink, Catherine, and Michael Schudson. “The Rise of Contextual Journalism, 1950s–2000s.” Journalism 15 (January 2014): 3–20.

Friedman, Monroe.  “Brand-Name Use in News Columns of American Newspapers Since 1964.”  Journalism Quarterly 63 (1986): 161-66.

Fromm, Megan E. “Everything but ‘Censorship’: How U.S. Newspapers Have Framed Student Free Speech and Press, 1969–2008.”  PhD dissertation, University of Maryland, College Park, 2010.

Frye, Jerry K.  “American Newspapers vs. Agnew’s 1970 Political Campaign.”  Journal of Applied Communication Research 3 (November 1975): 25-39.

Funkhouser, G. Ray.  “The Issues of the Sixties: An Exploratory Study in the Dynamics of Public Opinion.”  Public Opinion Quarterly 37 (1973): 62-75.

Gage, Beverly. “Deep Throat, Watergate, and the Bureaucratic Politics of the FBI.” Journal of Policy History 24 (no. 2, 2012): 157–183.

Gans, Herbert J.  Deciding What’s News: A Study of CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly News, Newsweek & Time.  New York: Pantheon, 1979.

Giles, Robert.  When Truth Mattered: The Kent State Shooting 50 Years Later.  (self-published, 2020).   (Reporting the Kent State Shooting)

Gillis, William.  “Say No to Busing and the Liberal Media: Backlash Against the Louisville Courier-Journal and Louisville Times, 1975-76.” Journalism History 35:4 (Winter 2010): 216-228.

Gillis, William. “Say No to the Liberal Media: Conservatives and Criticism of the News Media in the 1970s.”  PhD dissertation, Indiana University, 2013.

Gillis, William.  “The Anti-Semitic Roots of the ‘Liberal News Media’ Critique.”  American Journalism 34:3 (2017): 262-288.

Gitlin, Todd.  The Whole World is Watching: Mass Media in the Making and Unmaking of the New Left.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 1980.

Goldstein, Richard.  Reporting the Counterculture.  Boston: Unwin Hyman, 1989.  (Village Voice writer)

Graber, Doris.  “The Press as Opinion Resource during the 1968 Presidential Campaign.”  Public Opinion Quarterly 35:2 (Summer 1971): 168-182.

Graham, James T. “Kennedy, Cuba and the Press.” Journalism History 24:2 (Spring 1998): 60-71. 

Greenberg, David.  “The Idea of ‘the Liberal Media’ and its Roots in the Civil Rights Movement.”  The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics and Culture 1:2 (December 2008): 167-186. 

Greider, William.  Who Will Tell the People: The Betrayal of American Democracy.  New York: Simon & Schuster, 1992.

Griffith, R. Marie.  “The Religious Encounters of Alfred C. Kinsey.”  Journal of American History 95:2 (September 2008): 349-377.

Gross, Larry.  Up From Invisibility: Lesbians, Gay Men, and the Media in America.  New York: Columbia University Press, 2001.

Hahn, Daniel F. “The Far Right Opposition to the Mass Media.” PhD dissertation, University of Arizona, 1968.

Halberstam, David.  The Powers the Be. New York: Knopf, 1979.

Hallin, Daniel C.  We Keep America on Top of the World: Television Journalism and the Public Sphere.  New York: Routledge, 1994.

Hallock, Steven M.  Reporters Who Made History: Great American Journalists on the Issues and Crises of the Late 20th Century.  Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2010.

Hayes, Harold, ed.  Smiling Through the Apocalypse: Esquire’s History of the Sixties.  New York: McCall, 1969.

Hedrick, Jeffrey B. “A Content Analysis of Editorial Regionalism in the 1960s: Midsize Newspaper Coverage of New York Times v. Sullivan, 1960-1964.”  PhD dissertation, Bowling Green State University, 2006.    

Hemmer, Nicole.  Messengers of the Right: Conservative Media and the Transformation of American Politics.  Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016.

Hendershot, Heather.  When the News Broke: Chicago 1968 and the Polarizing of America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2022.  

Herman, Edward S., and Noam Chomsky.  Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media.  New York: Pantheon, 1987.

Hersch, Matthew H.  “Calm, But Still Alert: Marketing Stelazine to Disturbed America, 1958-1980.”  Pharmacy in History 50:4 (2008): 140-148.

Hertsgaard, Mark.  On Bended Knee: The Press and the Reagan Presidency. New York: FSG, 1988.

Hlavach, Laura, and Darwin Payne, eds.  Reporting the Kennedy Assassination: Journalists Who Were There Recall Their Experiences.  Dallas: Three Forks Press, 1996.

Hoffmann, Joyce Margaret. “From Chungking to Camelot: Theodore H. White and the Journalism of Illusion.” PhD dissertation, New York University, 1994.

Hohenberg, John.  The News Media: A Journalist Looks at His Profession.  New York: Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1968.

Hohenberg, John. A Crisis for the American Press. New York: Columbia University Press, 1978.

Howe, Sean.  Agents of Chaos: Thomas King Forcade, High Times, and the Paranoid End of the 1970s.  New York: Hachette Books, 2023.

Howell, Sharon.  Reflections of Ourselves: The Mass Media and the Women’s Movement, 1963 to Present.  New York: Peter Lang, 1990.

Hrach, Thomas.  “The News Media and the Disorders: The Kerner Commission’s Examination of Race Riots and Civil Disturbances, 1967-1968.”  PhD dissertation, Ohio University, 2008.

Hrach, Thomas J.  The Riot Report and the News: How the Kerner Commission Changed Media Coverage of Black America.  Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2016.

Humalajoki, Reetta. “Consumption as Assimilation: New York Times Reporting on Native American Art and Commodities, 1950-1970.” Journal of American Studies 53:4 (2019): 972-996.

Hunter, Mark. “Dante’s Watergate: All the President’s Men as a Romance Narrative.” American Journalism 14, no. 3–4 (1997): 303–16.

Hynds, Ernest C.  American Newspapers in the 1970s.  New York: Hastings House, 1976.

Johnson, Ann Kathleen. “Urban Ghetto Riots, 1965-1968: A Comparison of Soviet and American Press Coverage.” PhD dissertation, University of Denver, 1994.

Johnson, Loch K.  “The CIA and the Media.”  Intelligence and National Security 1 (May 1986): 143-169.

Johnson, Michael L.  The New Journalism: The Underground Press, the Artists of Nonfiction, and Changed in the Established Media.  Lawrence: University of Kansas Press, 1971.

Jones, Matthew.  “Journalism, Intelligence, and the New York Times: Cyrus L. Sulzberger, Harrison E. Salisbury, and the CIA.”  History 100: 340 (April 2015): 229-250.

Jones, Steve. “Re-Viewing Rock Writing: The Origins of Popular Music Criticism.” American Journalism 9, no. 1–2 (1992): 87–107.

Jones, Steve, ed.  Pop Music and the Press.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2002.

Jones Ross, Felicia.  “The Cleveland Call and Post and the Election of Carl B. Stokes.”  Journalism History 33:4 (Winter 2008): 215-223.

Jurdem, Laurence R.  Paving the Way for Reagan: The Influence of Conservative Media on US Foreign Policy.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2018.

Jurdem, Laurence R.  “The Media Were Not Completely Fair To You: Foreign Policy, the Press, and the 1964 Goldwater Campaign.”  Journal of Arizona History 61:1 (Spring 2020): 161-180.

Kennedy, Daniel D.  “The Bay of Pigs and The New York Times: Another View of What Happened.”  Journalism Quarterly 63 (1986): 524-29.

Kern, Montague, Patricia Levering, and Ralph B. Levering.  The Kennedy Crises: The Press, the Presidency, and Foreign Policy.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1983.

Klein, Adam G., Carolyn M. Byerly, and Tony McEachern. “Counterframing Public Dissent: An Analysis of Antiwar Coverage in the U.S. Media.” Critical Studies in Media Communication  26 (October 2009): 331–350.

Knappman, Edward W., ed.  Government and the Media in Conflict/ 1970-74.  New York: Facts on File, 1974.

Kramer, Michael J.  “Can’t Forget the Motor City: Creem Magazine, Rock Music, Detroit Identity, Mass Consumerism, and the Counterculture.” Michigan Historical Review 28:2 (2002): 42-77.

Kroll, G.  “The Silent Springs of Rachel Carson: Mass Media and the Origins of Modern Environmentalism.”  Public Understanding of Science 10:4 (October 2001): 403-420.

Kruvand, Marjorie.  “The Pill at Fifty: How the New York Times Covered the Birth Control Pill, 1960-2010.”  American Journalism 29:4 (Fall 2012): 34-67.

Kunkel, Sonke.  Empire of Pictures: Global Media and the 1960s Remaking of American Foreign Policy.  New York: Berghahn Books, 2015.

Landers, James.  “The National Observer, 1962-77: Interpretive Journalism Pioneer.”  Journalism History 31:1 (Spring 2005): 13-22.

Lang, Gladys Engel, and Kurt Lang.  The Battle for Public Opinion: The President, the Press, and the Polls During Watergate.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1983.

Lent, John A.  Newhouse, Newspapers, Nuisances: Highlights in the Growth of a Communications Empire.  New York: Exposition Press, 1966.

Lerner, Kevin. “Abe Rosenthal’s Project X: The Editorial Process Leading to Publication of the Pentagon Papers, “in Media Nation: The Political History of News in Modern America, eds. Bruce J. Schulman and Julian E. Zelizer (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017).

Lerner, Kevin M. “A System of Self-Correction: A.M. Rosenthal, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Press Criticism, and the Birth of the Contemporary Newspaper Correction in the New York Times.” Journalism History 42:4 (2017): 191-200.

Lerner, Kevin M. “The Accidental Press Critic: Newsroom Ethnography and Resistance to Self-Criticism and Management Change at the New York Times, 1974.” American Journalism 35:3 (2018): 276-297.

Lerner, Kevin M.  Provoking the Press: (MORE) Magazine and the Crisis of Confidence in American Journalism.  Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2019.

Leroy, David J., and Christopher H. Sterling, eds.  Mass News: Practices, Controversies, and Alternatives.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1973.

Levy, Sheldon G. “Communications During the Detroit Riot.” Journalism Quarterly 48:2 (Summer 1971): 339-343.

Lewis, Norman P.  “The Myth of Spiro Agnew’s ‘Nattering Nabobs of Negatism.”  American Journalism 27:1 (Winter 2010): 89-115.

Lichty, Lawrence W. “Video Versus Print.” Wilson Quarterly, 6 (1982): 49-57. Coverage of 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago

Lowry, Dennis T.  “Agnew and the Network TV News: A Before/After Content Analysis.”  Journalism Quarterly 48 (Summer 1971): 205-210.

Lule, Jack.  “I.F. Stone: The Practice of Reporting.” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 72:3 (Autumn 1995): 499-510.

Lyons, Louis M., ed.  Reporting the News: Selections from the Nieman Reports.   Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University, 1965.

McChesney, Robert W.  “Off Limits: An Inquiry into the Lack of Debate over the Ownership, Structure, and Control of the Mass Media in Political Life.”  Communication 13 (1992): 1-19.

McCord, Richard.  The Chain Gang: One Newspaper Versus the Gannett Empire.  Columbia: University Press of Missouri, 2001.

McCreery, Laura. “Queen of the Muckrakers: Jessica Mitford’s Contributions to American Journalism.” PhD dissertation, San Jose State University, 1995.

McKay, Floyd J.  “First Amendment guerillas: Formative Years of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press.”  Journalism and Mass Communication Monographs 6:3 (Autumn 2004).

McKenna, Christopher D.  “Two Strikes and You’re Out: The Demise of the New York Herald Tribune.” Historian 63 (Winter 2001): 287-308.

McMillian, John.  “Smoking Typewriters: The New Left’s Print Culture, 1962–1969.”  PhD dissertation, Columbia University, 2006. 

McMillian, John.  Smoking Typewriters: The Sixties Underground Press and the Rise of Alternative Media in America.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2011.

McPherson, James Brian.  Journalism at the End of the Century, 1965-Present.  Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2006.

McPherson, James Brian.  The Conservative Resurgence and the Press: The Media’s Role in the Rise of the Right.  Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 2008.

MacArthur, John R.  Second Front: Censorship and Propaganda in the Gulf War.  New York: Hill and Wang, 1992.

MacDougall, A. Kent.  The Press and Its Problems. Dubuque: Wm. C. Brown, 1964.

MacDougall, A. Kent, ed.  The Press: A Critical Look from the Inside.  Princeton: Dow Jones Books, 1972.

Major, Mark. “Objective but Not Impartial: Human Events, Barry Goldwater, and the Development of the ‘Liberal Media’ in the Conservative Counter-Sphere.”  New Political Science 34:4 (December 2012): 455-468.

Makemson, Harlen. Media, NASA, and America’s Quest for the Moon. New York: Peter Lang, 2009.

Mantlera, Gordon. “‘The Press Did You In’: The Poor People’s Campaign and the Mass Media.” The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics, and Culture 3 (June 2010): 33–54.

Marron, Maria. “The Founding of Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc. and the Arizona Project: The Most Significant Post-Watergate Development in U.S. Investigative Journalism.” American Journalism 14, no. 1 (1997): 54–75.

Marshall, Jon.  Watergate’s Legacy and the Press: The Investigative Impulse.  Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 2011.

Martin, Shannon E., and Kathleen A. Hansen.  Newspapers of Record in a Digital Age: From Hot Type to Hot Link.  Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1998.

Martindale, Carolyn.  The White Press and Black America.  New York: Greenwood, 1986.

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