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Volume 27, Number 3 (Summer 2015)

A Special Issue: The Governance of International Communications: Business, Politics, and Standard-Setting in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

Articles

HEIDI J. S. TWOREK and SIMONE M. MÜLLER

Introduction

RICHARD R. JOHN

"Projecting Power Overseas: U. S. Postal Policy and International Standard-Setting at the 1863 Paris Postal Conference"

SIMONE M. MÜLLER

"Beyond the Means of 99 Percent of the Population: Business Interests, State Intervention, and Submarine Telegraphy"

HEIDI J. S. TWOREK

"The Savior of the Nation? Regulating Radio in the Interwar Period"

FRANK BEYERSDORF

"Freedom of Communication: Visions and Realities of Postwar Telecommunication Orders in the 1940s"

HUGH RICHARD SLOTTEN

"International Governance, Organizational Standards, and the First Global Satellite Communication System"

CRAIG MURPHY and JOANNE YATES

Afterword "The Globalizing Governance of International Communications: Market Creation and Voluntary Consensus Standard Setting"