2 Comm. & L. 67 (1980)
Is a Free Press a Threat to Freedom - Educational Conference - Presented by Allied Educational Foundation - September 18, 1979

handle is hein.journals/coml2 and id is 71 raw text is: Communications and the Law

Is a Free Press
a Threat to Freedom?
Educational Conference
Presented by Allied Educational Foundation
September 18, 1979
Speakers: Floyd Abrams
Cahill, Gordon & Reindel
Murray Baron
President of Accuracy In Media
Questions: The Audience
Conclusion: Moderator
MR. BARASCH: I welcome you this evening to a very special con-
ference dealing with current trends in the transmission of information by
the news media.
The establishment of a free press was based upon the belief that con-
troversy is vital to public information and creates a system of justice in
which exchange of views is the heart and soul of freedom. We believed in
the dignity of man and the right to pursue life without fear and tyranny.
Communications and the Law, Vol. 2, No. 1, Winter 1980,  Earl M. Coleman Ent., Inc.  67

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