Freedom for the College Student Press: Court Cases and Related Decisions Defining the Campus Fourth Estate Boundaries


"The leading academic authority on college press law provides a fascinating history of the treatment of college journalists and shows how legal precedents have evolved to protect their rights. Ingelhart explains the applicable legal distinction between journalism and private and public universities and does not confuse the subject by dealing with the quite different question of the rights of high school journalists.... The book should enjoy wide acceptance among those directly involved with college student publications, including undergraduates and community college studnets." - Choice

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1985


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