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The press and America,

Author: Edwin Emery; Henry Ladd Smith
Publisher: New York, Prentice-Hall, 1954.
Series: Prentice-Hall journalism series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edwin Emery; Henry Ladd Smith
OCLC Number: 1428799
Description: 794 pages illustrations 22 cm.
Contents: The heritage of the American press --
The birth of the America newspaper --
The press wins a Beachhead --
The rise of the Fourth Estate --
The seeds of revolution --
The press and revolution --
The press and the second revolution --
The tocsin of a nation --
The press and the expanding nation --
Coonskin democracy and the press --
A press for the masses --
The race for news --
The press and the rise of sectionalism --
The irrepressible conflict --
The maturing of the older press --
A revolution in national life --
The new journalism --
The modern newspaper emerges --
Yellow journalism --
The people's champions --
The great and the colorful --
Consolidation begins --
The common denominators --
The press in modern war --
From jazz journalism to interpretative reporting --
Radio and television: new competitors --
Government and the press: the new deal era --
The challenge of criticism --
Some representative newspapers.
Series Title: Prentice-Hall journalism series.
Responsibility: by Edwin Emery and Henry Ladd Smith.

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