Nieman Reports

Summer 1951

What's Wrong with U.S. Publicity Abroad?

Cover for Summer 1951

“Cub Reporter, Class of ’50”
“What’s Wrong With U.S. Publicity Abroad?” by Carl Larsen
“Background for News” by William F. Swindler
“How Much News On Television?” by Alan Pritchard
“Results Of A Survey” by Harry Press
“Article 14 of the Covenant on Human Rights: Is It Constitutional?” by Malcolm Bauer
“The Press Versus The Publicist” by Scott M. Cutlip
“The Free Man’s Color” by Robert H. Estabrook
“Invitation to Authorship” by Roland E. Wolsely
“Newspaper-Radio Joint Ownership: Unblest Be The Tie That Binds, A Case Study” by Howard N. Gilbert
“Harvard Stands For Freedom” by Edwin O. Guthman

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