Media Studies Journal
Nowhere are the differences between journalism and history more evident than in assessments of the presidency of the United States. If journalism is generously described as "history in a hurry," so is it shortsighted and sloppy as it lurches forward, gathering news in bits and pieces, coming to conclusions based on short-term accomplishments and the court of public opinion.
Everette E. Dennis and Edward C. Pease, Eds. “The Presidency in the New Media Age.” Media Studies Journal. Vol. 8, No. 2. (Spring 1994). 201 pp.