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|Notes:||Reproduces more than 300 Congressional committee documents, reports, and prints produced as Congress considered legislation to regulate communication by telephone, telegraph, radio, television, and satellite media, providing a record of the regulatory supervision of Congress from construction of the first cross-country telegraph in the 1860s to a 1990 compilation of space laws.
Accompanied by a printed guide with the same title (xiii, 126 p. ; 28 cm.).
|Description:||474 microfiches : negative|
|Other Titles:||Communications, 1862-1990|