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Vox Hawkeye A Study in the Intellectual Call for Open Government (and How One State Heeded It)
Unformatted Document Text:  REFERENCES Altschull, Herbert. Agents of Power: The Media and Public Policy. White Plains, NY: Longman, 1995.Armstrong, Scott. “The War Over Secrecy: Democracy’s Most Important Low-Intensity Conflict.” In A Culture of Secrecy: The Government Versus the People’s Right to Know, edited by Athan Theoharris. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press, 1998. Assaf, James R. “Mr. Smith Comes Home: The Constitutional Presumptions of Openness in Local Legislative Meetings.” 40 Case W. Res. 227, 1990. Bates, Stephen. "The Commission and Its Lessons." Communication Law and Policy 3, no. 2, Spring 1998.Bennett, Lance W. News: The Politics of Illusion. White Plains, NY: Longman, 1988.Blasi, Vincent. “The Checking Value in First Amendment Theory.” American Bar Foundation Research Journal, 1977, 521-649. Blumler, Jay G. and Michael Gurevitch. "Politicians and the Press: An Essay on Role Relationships." In Handbook of Political Communication, edited by D.D. Nimmo and K.R. Sanders. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1981. Biddle, Francis. Mr. Justice Holmes. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1946.Bok, Sissela. Secrets. New York: Vintage Books, 1983.Bonfield, Arthur E. “Making the Administration of State Government More Responsible, Fair, and Effective.” Iowa Advocate, Spring/Summer 2000, 37. Bonfield. "The Iowa Administrative Procedure Act: Background, Construction, Applicability, Public Access to Agency Law, The Rulemaking Process." 60 Iowa L.Rev. 731, 1975. "The Changing Weather Forecast: Government in the Sunshine in the 1990s--An Analysis of State Sunshine Laws." 71 Wash. U.L.Q. 1195, 1993. Commission on Freedom of the Press. Free and Responsible Press. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1947.Cross, Harold L. The People's Right to Know. New York: Columbia University Press, 1953.deSola Pool, Ithiel. "Newsmen and Statesmen: Adversaries or Cronies?" In Aspen Notebook on Government and the Media. Edited by William Rivers and Michael J. Nyham. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1973. Dronberger, Ilse. The Political Thought of Max Weber. New York: Appleton-Crofts, 1971.Emerson, Thomas. “Legal Foundations of the Right to Know.” Washington Law Quarterly, 1976, 1.Hoffman, Daniel N. Government Secrecy and the Founding Fathers: A Study in Constitutional Controls. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1981. “The Iowa Open Meetings Act: A Right Without a Remedy?” 58 Iowa. L.Rev. 210, 1972.Lerner, Max. The Mind and faith of Justice Holmes. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1943.Meiklejohn, Alexander. Free Speech and Its Relation to Self-Government. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat, 1948.Morgan, Ernest. Informal Methods of Combating Secrecy in Local Governments. Columbia, MO: Freedom of Information Foundation, 1976. Moynihan, Daniel P. Secrecy: The American Experience. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1998.Novick, Sheldon. Honorable Justice: The Life of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1989. O’Brien, David M. Public’s Right to Know: Supreme Court and the First Amendment. New York:Praeger, 1980.Peterson, Theodore, Wilbur Schramm, and Fred S. Siebert. Four Theories of the Press: The Authoritarian, Libertarian, Social Responsibility, and Soviet Communist Concepts of What the Press Should Be and Do. Urbana, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1956. Peterson. "When Open Meetings Laws Confront State Legislatures: How Privacy Survives in the Capitol." 10 Nova L.J.106, 1985. Phillips, Douglas L., "Tapping Officials' Secrets: The Door to Open Government in Iowa." In Tapping Officials' Secrets: The Door to Open Government in the 50 States and D.C. 3rd ed. Edited by Rebecca Daugherty, Gregg Leslie and Leslie Ann Reis. The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, 1997. Povich, Elaine S. Partners & Adversaries: The Contentious Connection Between Congress and the Media. Arlington, VA: The Freedom Forum, 1996. Schudson, Michael. “Was There Ever A Public Sphere? If So, When? Reflections on the American Case.” In Habermas and the Public Sphere. Edited by Craig Calhoun. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1992. Schwing, Ann Taylor. Open Meeting Laws 2ed. Anchorage: Fathom Publishing Company, 2000.Sigal, Leon. Reporters and Officials: The Organization and Politics of Newsmaking. Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath & Company, 1973. Tucker, Thomas H. “’Sunshine’—The Dubious New God.” 32 Admin. L. Rev. 537, 1980.

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REFERENCES
Altschull, Herbert. Agents of Power: The Media and Public Policy. White Plains, NY: Longman, 1995.
Armstrong, Scott.  “The War Over Secrecy: Democracy’s Most Important Low-Intensity Conflict.”  In A Culture of 
Secrecy: The Government Versus the People’s Right to Know, edited by Athan Theoharris.  Lawrence, KS: 
University of Kansas Press, 1998.
Assaf, James R. “Mr. Smith Comes Home: The Constitutional Presumptions of Openness in Local Legislative 
Meetings.” 40 Case W. Res. 227, 1990.
Bates, Stephen. "The Commission and Its Lessons." Communication Law and Policy 3, no. 2, Spring 1998.
Bennett, Lance W. News: The Politics of Illusion. White Plains, NY: Longman, 1988.
Blasi, Vincent. “The Checking Value in First Amendment Theory.” American Bar Foundation Research Journal, 
1977, 521-649.
Blumler, Jay G. and Michael Gurevitch. "Politicians and the Press: An Essay on Role Relationships." In Handbook 
of Political Communication, edited by D.D. Nimmo and K.R. Sanders. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage 
Publications, 1981.
Biddle, Francis. Mr. Justice Holmes. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1946.
Bok, Sissela. Secrets. New York: Vintage Books, 1983.
Bonfield,  Arthur E. “Making the Administration of State Government More Responsible, Fair, and Effective.” Iowa 
Advocate, Spring/Summer 2000, 37.
Bonfield. "The Iowa Administrative Procedure Act: Background, Construction, Applicability, Public Access to 
Agency Law, The Rulemaking Process." 60 Iowa L.Rev. 731, 1975.
"The Changing Weather Forecast: Government in the Sunshine in the 1990s--An Analysis of State Sunshine Laws." 
71 Wash. U.L.Q. 1195, 1993.
Commission on Freedom of the Press. Free and Responsible Press.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1947.
Cross, Harold L. The People's Right to Know.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1953.
deSola Pool, Ithiel. "Newsmen and Statesmen: Adversaries or Cronies?" In Aspen Notebook on Government and the 
Media. Edited by William Rivers and Michael J. Nyham. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1973.
Dronberger, Ilse.  The Political Thought of Max Weber.  New York: Appleton-Crofts, 1971.
Emerson, Thomas. “Legal Foundations of the Right to Know.” Washington Law Quarterly, 1976, 1.
Hoffman, Daniel N. Government Secrecy and the Founding Fathers: A Study in Constitutional Controls.  Westport, 
CT: Greenwood Press, 1981.
“The Iowa Open Meetings Act: A Right Without a Remedy?”  58 Iowa. L.Rev. 210, 1972.
Lerner, Max. The Mind and faith of Justice Holmes. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1943.
Meiklejohn, Alexander.  Free Speech and Its Relation to Self-Government.  Port Washington, NY: Kennikat, 1948.
Morgan, Ernest. Informal Methods of Combating Secrecy in Local Governments. Columbia, MO: Freedom of 
Information Foundation, 1976.
 Moynihan, Daniel P.  Secrecy: The American Experience.  New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1998.
Novick, Sheldon. Honorable Justice: The Life of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 
1989.
O’Brien, David M.  Public’s Right to Know: Supreme Court and the First Amendment.  New York:Praeger, 1980.
Peterson, Theodore, Wilbur Schramm, and Fred S. Siebert. Four Theories of the Press: The Authoritarian, 
Libertarian, Social Responsibility, and Soviet Communist Concepts of What the Press Should Be and Do. 
Urbana, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1956.
Peterson. "When Open Meetings Laws Confront State Legislatures: How Privacy Survives in the Capitol." 10 Nova 
L.J.106, 1985.
Phillips, Douglas L., "Tapping Officials' Secrets: The Door to Open Government in Iowa." In Tapping Officials' 
Secrets: The Door to Open Government in the 50 States and D.C. 3rd ed.  Edited by Rebecca Daugherty, 
Gregg Leslie and Leslie Ann Reis. The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, 1997.
Povich, Elaine S. Partners & Adversaries: The Contentious Connection Between Congress and the Media. 
Arlington, VA: The Freedom Forum, 1996.
Schudson, Michael.  “Was There Ever A Public Sphere? If So, When? Reflections on the American Case.” In 
Habermas and the Public Sphere.  Edited by Craig Calhoun.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1992.
Schwing, Ann Taylor.  Open Meeting Laws 2ed. Anchorage: Fathom Publishing Company, 2000.
Sigal, Leon. Reporters and Officials: The Organization and Politics of Newsmaking. Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath & 
Company, 1973.
Tucker, Thomas H. “’Sunshine’—The Dubious New God.” 32 Admin. L. Rev. 537, 1980.


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