The Freedom of Press
By: Grace, Kris, Owen, and Adriana
The Freedom of Press is...
The Freedom Of Press Is Heavily Present In Our Everyday Lives.
We can read whatever we want in any newspaper or on any website, and the news can make public anything they want.
The media that is published shapes ideas and beliefs of the general public.
There Have Been Many Court Cases Involving The Freedom Of Press Over The Years.
People v. Croswell (1804)- Croswell convicted of libel after printing a story critical of President Thomas
New York Times v. Sullivan (1964)- Sullivan claimed the allegations against the Montgomery police
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