The Capitol Press Corps: Newsmen and the Governing of New York State


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The Capitol Press Corps is a study of the interaction of New York State legislators, senior public officials, and the Capitol press corps during the three years following Nelson Rockefeller's departure. It analyzes media/government relations at a time of chronic fiscal crisis, divided party control of the Legislature, and a succession crisis in the formerly cohesive Republican party of New York State. The author ends his analysis with some prescriptions for better media/government relationships in New York State, and he provides an epilogue which updates developments in this arena into mid-1977.

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ABC-CLIO
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Anglès
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9780837198835
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