Race and the Mississippi press.
During the 1960's civil rights movement, the Federal Communications Commission revoked the license of a Mississippi radio station for its public outlook on racial issues, one which is still maintained by the state's newspapers with impunity.
Southern Regional Council
Hooker, R.W. (1971). Race and the Mississippi press. New South, 26(1), 55-62.
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