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  • 1. Leveling the Playing Field : An Examination of Compensatory Journalism in the 2008 Republican Primary
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    • If the government ever gets around to putting a warning on TV campaign commercials the way they do on cigarettes, maybe it out to read something like this: If in the heat of a presidential campaign you’re tempted to buy something one guy says about the other guy in his TV ads, caveat emptor – buyer beware.
    • -ABC’s Richard Threlkeld on the October 19, 1988 World News Tonight
  • 5. The Forbes campaign spurns the vision of Iowa as the last bastion of grassroots, flesh-pressing politics. Instead, [he] treats Iowa as just another piece of political property that’s up for sale. -CBS’s Eric Engberg on the February 2, 1996 Evening News
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    • Negative Coverage
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    • Positive Coverage
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    • Coverage of TV Ads
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    • Coverage of TV Ads
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    • Coverage of Romney’s Self-financing
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    • Coverage of Romney’s Campaign Spending
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    • Horse Race Coverage
  • 14. Survey Says…
    • Compensatory Journalism was
    • present in the 2008 Republican
    • Primary
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