Politics on Demand
Alison Dagnes questions whether the American media system, driven largely by financial goals and a need to entertain consumers, is good for our democracy. She spoke at Barnes and Noble Booksellers in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania.
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Politics on Demand: The Effects of 24-Hour News on American Politics
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