First, Professor Baker explores an instrumentalist argument for special press rights going beyond those protected by a liberty theory of freedom of speech. Then, in Part II, he examines the threats of -government power and private economic power to freedom of the "press" and considers the permissible extent of government intervention to structure the press or to protect it from private threats.
C. Edwin Baker,
Press Rights and Government Power to Structure the Press,
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