Fourth Estate (disambiguation)


Fourth Estate (disambiguation)

Fourth Estate is a traditional term for the press; it may also refer to "the mob" (as in mob rule) or the proletariat.

Fourth Estate may also refer to:
* "The Fourth Estate" (novel), by Jeffrey Archer
* Fourth Estate, an imprint of HarperCollins publishers
* "The Fourth Estate", a student newspaper for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
* "The Fourth Estate", a student newspaper for Harrisburg Area Community College


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