2 edition of handbook for newsmen: law and the press in Texas. found in the catalog.
handbook for newsmen: law and the press in Texas.
Second ed. published in 1975 under title: Law and the press in Texas; a handbook for journalists.
|LC Classifications||KFT1516.Z9 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||72188698|
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InDies did not seek renomination to the Seventy-ninth Congress, but was elected to the Eighty-third Other political affiliations: Democratic.