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Media Ownership

Media Ownership

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Once viewed with disdain because this ebook was not certified as reputable by the US government, it has become acceptable after several more liberal rewrite. Readers may actually read this book without fear that by doing so they are recognizing the rights of the US right wing to co-exist with them.This ebook describes the communist pigs who rule our lives with 24-7 marxist, black supremacist, Islamic propaganda.
Once viewed with disdain because this ebook was not certified as reputable by the US government, it has become acceptable after several more liberal rewrite. Readers may actually read this book without fear that by doing so they are recognizing the rights of the US right wing to co-exist with them.This ebook describes the communist pigs who rule our lives with 24-7 marxist, black supremacist, Islamic propaganda.

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MEDIA OWNERSHIPandDEMOCRACYin theDIGITALINFORMATION AGE
Promoting Diversity with First AmendmentPrinciples and Market Structure Analysis
MARK COOPER
Director of Research, Consumer Federation of AmericaCenter for the Internet & Society, Stanford Law SchoolAssociated Fellow, Columbia Institute for Tele-information
Center for Internet & SocietyStanford Law School
 
Acknowledgments
Many of the concepts in this book are the result of a twenty-year Vulcan mind-meldwith Gene Kimmelman of Consumers Union. Steve Cooper provided the initialdrafts of most of the material in Chapters 3 and 4 and reviewed numerous drafts ofthe entire document. Dean Alger provided materials for Chapters 2 and 3 as part ofcomments filed by the Consumer Federation (et al.) at the Federal CommunicationsCommission. Bob Brandon and Melanie Wyne relentlessly demanded simple En-glish in a series of documents which make up most of the chapters of this book.Susan Punnett tirelessly edited the manuscript. The Ford Foundation provided sig-nificant support for the research through its funding of the Consumer Federation ofAmerica’s
Digital Society Project
. Cover design by Jeff Middour.
Mark Cooper1424 16th Street, N.W.Washingtion, D.C. 20036mcooper@consumerfed.orgISBN 0-9727460-9-9
Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License. Toview a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/1.0/ or send aletter to Creative Commons, 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, California 94305, USA.
 
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