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Sources: Newsman Gets Burned for Reporting on Illegal Gambling

Martin Mooney,”

Nevada State Journal, “Newshawk Refuses to Talk; Test Case,” May 17, 1935.

People ex Rel. Mooney v. Sheriff of N.Y. Co., 269 N.Y. 291 (N.Y. 1936),

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Reporter Given Term in Jail So He’ll Escape Christmas,” Nov. 19, 1935.

Syracuse Herald (N.Y.), “Jail Term of Reporter is Reaffirmed,” May 15, 1935.

Syracuse Herald (N.Y.), “Current Viewpoints: Public Interest,” June 25, 1935.

Syracuse Herald (N.Y.), “At The Theaters,” Nov. 7, 1935.

Syracuse Herald (N.Y.), “Current Viewpoints: The Need of Confidential News Sources,” Feb. 1, 1936.

The American Ecclesiastical Review; A Monthly Publication for the Clergy, vol. 97, Catholic University of America Press, 1937.

The New York Times, “‘Privilege’ Denied to a Reporter,” June 21, 1935.

The New York Times, “Reporter Starts 30-Day Term in Jail,” Jan. 18, 1936.

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review, “The Journalist’s Privilege in Arkansas,” John J. Watkins, vol. 7, no. 3, pgs. 473-521, 1984.