by Adam D. Thierer
Publisher: The Progress & Freedom Foundation 2005
Number of pages: 176
Are media companies in this country too big? Is the media diverse enough and competitive enough today? And what relationship, if any, does media size have to the health of our democracy? These are the questions Adam Thierer explores in this book.
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