By Korner T.W.
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29 Nixon, stressing the theme "law and order," narrowly defeated Democrat Hubert Humphrey and the third-party candidate George Wallace in the November election. Having done so, Nixon was keenly aware that he would be entering office under severe handicaps. 30 As a conservative Republican, he faced a bureaucracy that he felt was controlled by liberal Democrats. Congress too was a problem. 31 And then there was the news media, which Nixon felt was compounding the nation's divisiveness and undermining governmental authority.
15 Later, Woodrow Wilson established regularly scheduled presidential press conferences. The new system of presidential-press relations was perfected by Franklin D. Roosevelt, who formally created the White House Press Office. FDR coupled the institutionalization of the Press Office with his own repartee with reporters, a skill that he used with magnificent effect at his informal biweekly press conferences. " 16 The growth of the broadcast media altered that relationship. Most noticeably, it eroded the intimacy.
16 The growth of the broadcast media altered that relationship. Most noticeably, it eroded the intimacy. Presidents were no longer as dependent on reporters to convey their views to the public. Radio and television became a direct means of reaching the masses. Even presidential press conferences came to be used more to meet the people than to meet the press when the practice of televising them "live" began in 1961. As presidents became more adept at taking their message directly to the peoplethereby performing an end run around intermediary interpretersreporters became less willing to accept the strict "ground rules" that presidents had once proffered for access.
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