During the past two decades the press in the USA has gained a reputation as a major force affecting both the substance of national policy and the process by which it is formulated. On a host of issues - from the US involvement in Vietnam and Richard Nixon's opening to China to the downfall of Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos - the media has emerged as an important "third presence" influencing the interaction of governments with their domestic publics. And where the influence of the media has grown, controversy has ...

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