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Final Test Chapters 9, 16, 17, 18, 191. Reaction to the Ole Miss events in the foreign press:2. The tone of newspaper coverage in Mississippi of the Ole Miss crisis was set by the two Jackson dailies, The Clarion-Ledger and the Jackson Daily News. What was their hallmark?3. The Meredith story appealed to the nation’s news organizations because:4. Paul Guihard filed his last story from:5. Life magazine photographer _______________who may have been the last newsman to speak to Paul Guihard, said he was hiding in bushes near the rioters to escape the tear gas deployed by the marshals when he saw Guihard heading up the road toward the action.6. The effort to find out who killed Guihard spawned several theories and no viable suspects. Check which of the following were mentioned inthe Guihard article:7. A Lafayette County Grand Jury reviewed the FBI findings in the Guihard murder investigation and concluded only that Guihard was “murdered by a party unknown at the present time.” In his charge to the grand jury, Circuit Court Judge Walter M. O’Barr ordered the jurors to disregard evidence collected by the U.S. Army deeming the army searches unlawful.8. Peter Kihss, a NYT reporter, violated journalism impartiality/objectivity rules during the Lucy crisis by:9. Buford Boone, publisher of The Tuscaloosa News decided10. Who lost his trousers in Albany?11. Albany, GA, was the first time which two reporters teamed up to share resources and provide back up for each other?12. After a series of church bombings in Alabama which newspaper editor wrote a column calling on white citizens to fund the rebuilding effort?13. Why was the coverage by this person significant significant in Washington?14. What reporter was seriously injured during the Selma campaign?15. What was the name of the journalist who backed Autherine Lucy’s quest to enroll in the University of Alabama?16. Which news weekly sought to make the civil rights story the dominant story in order to boost circulation and gain prominence?18. What fueled LBJ’s passion for the Civil Rights Act?19. The Selma campaign stemmed from the death of20. The Fifteenth Amendment already barred racial discrimination in voting rights, so the problem was not that African Americans lacked the legal right to vote. What did the act accomplish?21. The power of Claude Sitton’s reporting on a church meeting in Sasser led to two things:22. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibited discrimination for reason of color, race, religion, and barred discrimination in two other areas. What were they?23. How many civil rights acts preceded the act of 1964?24. Which sheriff personified the need for an updated civil rights act?25. Who was the photographer who led the coverage in Birmingham?26. When covering the three attempts to cross the Pettus Bridge where were the reporters?27. Who was the black reporter in Mississippi who provided informationto the Mississippi Sovereignty Commission?28. Photographs from ___________prompted NBC producer Reuvan Frank to exclaim: “What are these people doing to each other.”29. Times v. Sullivan, the landmark libel case that established actual malice as a legal standard, developed out of an advertisement in the Alabama Journal. A second lawsuit against reporter Harrison Salisbury was filed by Birmingham officials, for slander. One result was that:Examples of different publications will probably be on there and who published


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