1. Editorial: The Internet in Europe: A New North-South Divide?
  2. Pippa Norris
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  1. Guillotine of Greed: CNN and the Changing Economics of Broadcast Journalism
  2. Bernard Shaw, Marvin L. Kalb
  3. pp. 13-21
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  1. Manipulating the Message in the U.S. Congress
  2. Patrick J. Sellers
  3. pp. 22-31
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  1. Stereotypes in the News: Media Coverage of African-Americans in Congress
  2. Jeremy Zilber, David Niven
  3. pp. 32-49
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  1. Social Access to the Internet
  2. E. Page Bucy
  3. pp. 50-61
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  1. Speaking for the Public: Representation and Audience Participation during the 1997 British General Election Campaign
  2. Richard Davis, John Curtice
  3. pp. 62-77
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  1. The Rise of the "E-Precinct"
  2. Jim Nicholson
  3. pp. 78-81
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  1. An "Interactive" Opportunity
  2. Roy Romer
  3. pp. 82-85
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  1. The Y2K Political Explosion
  2. Doug Bailey
  3. pp. 86-88
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  1. Print Journalism: Still Alive and Well in Presidential Campaigns
  2. Jonathan Alter
  3. pp. 89-91
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  1. Russian Presidential Campaign Coverage
  2. Anne Nivat
  3. pp. 92-97
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