Tag: National Policy Analysis #445

The Fairness Doctrine: Dead, and Justly So, by Amy Ridenour

National Policy Analysis #445 /
The Fairness Doctrine isn't fair and doesn't work. Furthermore, it most likely is unconstitutional. Sure, the Fairness Doctrine, which until its 1987 repeal required radio and television broadcasters to cover controversial issues with balancing views, sounds good. So those who ...
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