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Communication and Journalism related databases, Web sites, books, e-books, and other resources
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Great American Journalists...John Peter Zenger

John Peter Zenger published the New York Weekly Journal in the 1700s. He wrote unflattering things about the British government, and in 1735 he was arrested and tried for libel. He was found not guilty, since what he wrote was based on fact. His case not only helped influence the American Revolution, but established one of the litmus tests for libel. (



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