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Edward Alwood. Dark Days in the Newsroom: McCarthyism Aimed at the Press. Temple University Press. 2007. 201pp.

James David Barber. The Pulse of Politics: Electing Presidents in the Media Age. Transaction Publishers. 1992. 342pp.

Timothy E. Cook. Governing with the News: The News Media as a Political Institution. University of Chicago Press. 1998. 289pp.

Edwin Diamond; Robert A. Silverman. White House to Your House: Media and Politics in Virtual America. MIT Press. 1995. 178pp.

Roderick P. Hart. Seducing America: How Television Charms the Modern Voter. Sage. 1998. 224pp.

Fred Inglis. People's Witness: The Journalist in Modern Politics. Yale University Press. 2002. 416pp.

Shanto Iyengar; Richard Reeves (editor). Do the Media Govern? Politicians, Voters, and Reporters in America. Sage. 1997. 463pp.

S. Robert Lichter; Richard E. Noyes. Good Intentions Make Bad News: Why Americans Hate Campaign Journalism. Rowman & Littlefield. 1996. 325pp.

Louis Liebovich. The Press and the Modern Presidency: Myths and Mindsets from Kennedy to Election 2000. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2001. 282pp.

Geraldine Muhlmann. Translated by Jean Birrell. A Political History of Journalism. Polity. 2007. 296pp.

Pippa Norris. Politics and the Press: The News Media and Their Influences. Lynne Rienner Publishers. 1997. 335pp.

Jeffrey L. Pasley. "The Tyranny of Printers": Newspaper Politics in the Early American Republic. University of Virginia Press. 2003. 517pp.

Larry J. Sabato. Feeding Frenzy: How Attack Journalism Has Transformed American Politics. Free Press. 1991. 306pp.

Jeffrey Scheuer. The Sound Bite Society: How Television Helps the Right and Hurts the Left. Routledge. 2001. 230pp.

Bartholomew H. Sparrow. Uncertain Guardians: The News Media as a Political Institution. Johns Hopkins University Press. 1999. 277pp.

Donald Henderson Stewart. The Opposition Press of the Federalist Period. SUNY Press. 1969. 957pp.

Jim Tuck. McCarthyism and New York's Hearst Press: A Study of Roles in the Witch Hunt. University Press of America. 1995. 228pp.

Jim Willis. The Media Effect: How the News Influences Politics and Government. Praeger. 2007. 162pp.

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