Author:Warren Judson Brier

Warren Judson Brier

American journalist and journalism educator and administrator. Dean of the University of Montana School of Journalism.[1]


  • Political Censorship in the Oregon Spectator (1962) in Pacific Historical Review
  • The Frightful Punishment (1969) (likely under copyright)
  • Writing for Newspapers and News Services, with Howard C. Heyn. (1969) (likely under copyright)[2]
  • A Century of Montana Journalism (1971) (likely under copyright)




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