Washington Law Review
The author believes that an alert, inquiring press, in keeping public officials on their mettle, in seeing that the administration of justice is even-handed, and in conveying to the public all newsworthy events, is fulfilling its finest duty. This book will be of service in aiding members of the press to function actively within the limits of applicable legal controls.
Daniel J. Riviera,
Legal Control of the Press, by Frank Thayer (1956),
31 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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