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The Presidency in the Era of 24-Hour News
Jeffrey E. Cohen

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Illustrations vii
List of Tables ix
Preface xi
Acknowledgments xiii
CHAPTER 1: The Growing Disconnect between Presidential News Coverage and Public Opinion 1
CHAPTER 2: The Presidential News System during the Golden Age of Presidential Television 18
CHAPTER 3: The New Media Age and the Decline in Presidential News 49
CHAPTER 4: Change in Presidential News over the Long Haul: The New York Times Historical Series, 1857-1998 71
CHAPTER 5: The Increasing Negativity in Presidential News in the Age of New Media 89
CHAPTER 6: Sources of Negativity in Presidential News during the Age of New Media 107
CHAPTER 7: The Declining Audience for News and the New Media Age 135
CHAPTER 8: Declining Trust in the News Media and the New Media Age 160
CHAPTER 9: The Implications of the New Media on the Presidential News System and Presidential Leadership 175
CHAPTER 10: Conclusions: The New Media, the Presidency, and American Politics 201
Notes 209
Bibliography 233
Index 251

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