Frederick Spiegel reviews Paul C. Reardon and Clifton Daniel’s 1968 report: Fair Trial and Free Press. Fair Trial and Free Press is a report on one in a series of National Debate Seminars sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute held at George Washington University, Washington, D. C. and the first in the series to be nationally televised. The debate dealt with the conflict of the two fundamental rights and centered around the controversial Reardon Report adopted at the ABA's House of Delegates in February, 1968. The participants in the debate were Justice Paul C. Reardon of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, who served as chairman of the Advisory Committee on Minimum Standards for Criminal Justice which originated the Reardon Report and E. Clifton Daniel, the Managing Editor of The New York Times, who has distinguished himself as a correspondent in the United States and Europe.

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