Congress and the Press
Participants talked about relations between the Congress and the media. Among the topics they addressed were the history of working… read more
Participants talked about relations between the Congress and the media. Among the topics they addressed were the history of working relations between the two groups, the impact of new forms of media over the years, the changing focus of the press on the White House rather than Congressional matters, and the impact of media coverage on public policy. Following their remarks they answered questions from the audience. close
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Donald Bacon Co-Editor Encyclopedia of the U.S. Congress
Daniel "Dan" J. Balz Correspondent Washington Post->Politics
Kathy Kiely Correspondent USA Today->White House
Dave McNeely Correspondent Austin American-Statesman
Donald A. Ritchie Associate Historian U.S. Senate
- National Archives and Records AdministrationNational Archives and Records Administration
- Johnson (Lyndon Baines) Presidential Library and MuseumJohnson (Lyndon Baines) Presidential Library and Museum
- Humanities TexasHumanities Texas
- Institute on Congress and American HistoryInstitute on Congress and American History
- University of Texas at Austin | Center for American HistoryUniversity of Texas at Austin | Center for American History
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