Pressure brought against newspapers by advertisers poses particularly tricky ethical decisions at times; the newspaper may desire to be as independent as possible, but if the newspaper is forced to close, its ability to do anything ceases.
Franklin is the best-known printer from Revolutionary days, but a host of other editors helped move the colonies closer to rebellion in the years before Their food was "hog and hominy" and roast venison, wild turkey, or partridge and fish from a neighboring stream.
Lao Tzu In life, change is inevitable. It was clear that free speech and a nonofficial press were not to be tolerated in the colonies.
Warren Bennis Leaders should always expect the very best of those around them. It is not a trivial distinction since any shift in the burden of proof is a significant change which undermines the safeguard for the citizen.
The decision was a landmark in the establishment of the principle of freedom of the press. James Humes One of the toughest things for leaders to master is kindness. In the same period, Sunday circulation grew from The University of Utah provides these excellent photo galleries of life, work, and housing in the internment camps of Tule Lake, California, and Topaz, Utah.
Surplus food products, ship stores, and wooden ware swelled the exports. Most of the ten relocation camps were built in arid and semi-arid areas where life would have been harsh under even ideal conditions.
The English Civil Wars —51 acted as a stimulus to reporters and publishers, and distinct news publications were brought out between andalthough many of these were only occasional reports from the battle front, such as Truths from York or News from Hull.
Those who could not secure fertile land along the coast or who had exhausted the lands which they held found the hills farther west a fruitful place of refuge. It was not until that the U.
The past does not equal the future unless you live there. The number of newspapers in the United States has continued to shrink, even as the country has experienced substantial growth in population, affluence, and literacy.
There were also minor work stoppages at several newspapers, and as of the summer ofthere was a curious "byline strike" ongoing at the Washington Post. Tony Robbins We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be.
By large majorities, Congress enacted measures championed by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Henry Hyde R-ILpermitting recoupment of attorney fees by prevailing defendants under certain circumstances, and requiring federal prosecutors to comply with state supreme court and local federal court ethical rules.
Rapid and widespread delivery, especially in Britain and France, gave the larger newspapers based in capital cities a national status.
Until the camps were completed, many of the evacuees were held in temporary centers, such as stables at local racetracks. The men who participated in the famous party may have planned their raid at the home and office of the printer Benjamin Edes of the Boston Gazette.
Has anyone seen it, even once, in the 17 years since? And, again, to effectuate this principle, the courts must be empowered to dismiss, with or without prejudice, an indictment obtained through the grand jury by vice of a violation of this basic rule. The paper also pioneered massive use of color photos and infographics, and it adopted a now-famous and widely copied color weather map.
The blue-ribbon jury is intended to overcome the problems of ordinary juries in interpreting complex technical or commercial questions. In the face of this threat the company members yielded, and control of the government passed to elected representatives.
One key development is that recognized by Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Richard Posner in a recent opinion castigating an act of prosecutorial misconduct: The trial judge directed the jury that "the public interest is what the government of the day says it is" — effectively a direction to the jury to convict.
They needed utensils, clothing, seed, tools, building materials, livestock, arms, ammunition. The youngest apprentice in a colonial office would often be given the job of preparing sheepskin balls used to ink the type.
Radio pioneered the practice of "narrowcasting" starting in the s, as stations abandoned nationally produced content to focus on a specific demographic or ethnic group within its listening area. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty, and Zenger went free. From Linda Tripp to Betty Currie, the parade of witnesses into and out of federal courthouses in Arkansas, Virginia, and the District of Columbia became regular fare on the nightly news, the covers of major weeklies, and newspaper front pages across the nation.
Angela Ahrendts The lightning spark of thought generated in the solitary mind awakens its likeness in another mind. In the New York Herald was founded as the first American newspaper to proclaim and to maintain complete political independence.
Paul, San Jose, and Seattle. Rather than repeat the mistakes of the past, we need to learn from them and consider how best to return the institution of the grand jury to its rightful place within our justice system — as a viable means for helping to ferret out criminal activity while at the same time ensuring fairness to all who come within its focus.
Andrew Hamilton, a great lawyer, defended him, arguing that the charges printed by Zenger were true and hence not libelous in the real sense of the term. Warren Bennis Courage can be contagious and hope can take on a life of its own.Frederick P.
Hafetz is a partner in the New York City firm of Goldman & Hafetz. A former chief of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York and an Assistant District Attorney prior to that, he is a Past President of the New York Council of Defense Lawyers.
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