WGBH Area Lectures; Free Speech Versus Fair Trial
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- WGBH Area Lectures
- Free Speech Versus Fair Trial
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Radio series. Series release date: 1970
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The First Annual Edwin Emory Symposium held at the United States Coast Guard Academy at New London, Connecticut. This forum, held last April, explored the conflicts between free press and the guarantees of fair trials for the accused. Participating in the discussion were Jack Anderson, syndicated columnist for the Washington Post, and Arnold Markle, States Attorney For New Haven County, and the moderator, Judge Joseph Longoe, Judge Of The Superior Court Of The State Of Connecticut. Radio. 1970.
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- Chicago: “WGBH Area Lectures; Free Speech Versus Fair Trial,” 04/10/1970, WGBH Media Library & Archives, accessed January 22, 2018, http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/A_10325FC466F84B8E9CB64478BA61844E.
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