About: In this sweeping history, Paul Starr shows how politics created our media world, from the emergence of the first newspapers and postal systems in early modern Europe and colonial America to the rise of the mass press, telecommunications, motion pictures, and broadcasting in the twentieth century.
About: The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Social Transformation of American Medicine offers a historical analysis of the creation of modern communications in the United States and demonstrates how political decisions affected the developing American society and how these choices have social, economic, and military impact.
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