Cable Television: The Practical Implications of Local Regulation and Control…..27:391

The Constitutionality of Department of Defense Press Restrictions on Wartime Correspondents Covering the Persian Gulf War…..41:511

How Security Threat Discourse Can Precipitate a Press Clause Death Spiral…..63:1

The Journalist’s Reportorial Privilege—What Does It Protect and What Are Its Limits…..38:79

Michigan Citizens for an Independent Press v. Thornburgh, 868 F.2d 1285 (D.C. Cir.), aff’d per curiam, 110 S. Ct. 398 (1989)—It Is Reasonable for the Attorney General to Allow a Newspaper Suffering Losses that More than Likely Cannot Be Reversed, Although Not in a Downward Spiral, to Enter a Joint Operating Agreement Under the Newspaper Preservation Act…..40:207

Milkovich v. Lorain Journal Co., 110 S. Ct. 2695 (1990)—The First Amendment Does Not Prohibit Application of State Libel Law to Statements of Opinion Involving Private Figures and Relating to Matters of Public Concern that Contain Provably False Factual Connotations…..41:371

The Public Disclosure of Private Facts: There is Life After Florida Star…..50:93

Regulating Cable Television Rates Under the FCC’s New Effective Competition Standard…..41:81