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|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
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|Notes:||Originally published: New York : Thunder's Mouth Press/Nation Books, c2003.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Introduction, Striking Through the Mask --
The Invention of Exposure, 1798-1900: "A Calm Observer" from the Philadelphia Aurora and General Advertiser (1795) / Benjamin Franklin Bache; From A History of the Amistad Captives (1840) / John Barber; "Flogging Through the Fleet" from White-Jacket (1850) / Herman Melville; From Chapters of Erie (1872) / Henry Adams; The New York Times, "More Ring Villainy: Gigantic Frauds in the Rental of Armories" (1871); Lynching of Innocent Men (Lynched on Account of Relationship)" from A Red Record (1897) / Ida B. Wells --
Muckrakers and the Era of Reform, 1900-1920: "The Shame of Minneapolis: The Rescue and Redemption of a City That Was Sold Out" from McClure's Magazine (1903) / Lincoln Steffens; "The Oil War of 1872" from The History of Standard Oil (1903) / Ida Tarbell --
Factories, Fields, and Fascists: Investigative Journalism's Forgotten Decades, 1920-1960: "Cry of a Broken People: A Story of Injustice and Cruelty that is as Terrible as it is True" from Good Housekeeping (1929) / Vera Connolly; "The Man Who Stayed Too Long" from Washington Merry-Go-Round (1931) / Drew Pearson; "The Rise of Farm Fascism" from Factories in the Field (1939) / Carey McWilliams; "The Suppressed Tobacco Story" from In Fact (1941) / George Seldes; "Hitler Gets Millions for War Chest Through Links with American Firms" from PM (1941) / Lowell L. Leake and PM; "The Blast in Centralia No. 5: A Mine Disaster No One Stopped" from Harper's Magazine (1948) / John Bartlow Martin; "The Bronx Slave Market" Parts I, II, and III from the New York Compass (1950) / Marvel Cooke; "The Klavaliers Ride to a Fall" from The Klan Unmasked (1954) / Stetson Kennedy; From "The Big Ones Get Away" from The Nation (1958) / Fred J. Cook; "The Safe Car You Can't Buy," from The Nation (1959) / Ralph Nader [Continued in Annotation].
|Responsibility:||edited by Bruce Shapiro.|