Vol. 16

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Vol. 16, Issue 1, Winter 1999

“Truth Is Our Ultimate Goal”: A Mid-19th Century Concern for Journalism Ethics
By Stephen A. Banning

From Populist to Patrician: Edward H. Butler’s Buffalo News and the Crisis of Labor, 1877-1892
By Michael J. Dillon

Power of the Press: How Newspapers in Four Communities Erased Thousands of Chinese From Oregon History
By Herman B. Chiu

Common Forms for Uncommon Actions: The Search for Political Organization in
California’s Dust Bowl
By James Hamilton

Great Ideas
E. W. Scripps Papers Provide An Important Journalistic Window for Scholars
By Gerald J. Baldasty


Vol. 16, Issue 2, Spring 1999

“Those Who Toil and Spin”: Female Textile Operatives’ Publications in New England and the Response to Working Conditions, 1840-1850
By Mary M. Cronin

Dissent and Control in a Woman Suffrage Periodical: 30 Years of the Wisconsin Citizen
By Elizabeth V. Burt

Flying Around the World in 1889 —In Search of the Archetypal Wanderer
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“There is Nothing in This Profession . . . That a Woman Cannot Do” : Doris E. Fleischman and the Beginnings of Public Relations
By Susan Henry

Great Ideas
Rethinking Objectivity in Journalism and History: What Can We Learn from Feminist Theory and Practice?
By Carolyn Kitch


Vol. 16, Issue 3, Summer 1999

“In Common with Colored Men, I Have Certain Sentiments”: Black Nationalism and Hilary Teage of the Liberia Herald
By Carl Patrick Burrowes

Women’s Moral Reform Periodicals of the 19th Century: A Cultural Feminist Analysis of The Advocate
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Redefining Racism: Newspaper Justification for the 1924 Exclusion ofJapanese Immigrants
By Bradley J. Hamm

Project Chariot, Nuclear Zeal, Easy Journalism and the Fate of Eskimos
By John Merton Marrs

Great Ideas
My Newspaper is Older Than Your Newspaper
By Michael R. Smith


Vol. 16, Issue 4, Fall 1999

Conservative Media: A Different Kind of Diversity
By Rodger Streitmatter, Guest Editor

The Savannah Morning News As a Penny Paper: Independent, But Hardly Neutral
By Ford Risley

“One of the fine figures of American journalism”: A Closer Look at Josephus Daniels of the Raleigh News and Observer
By W. Joseph Campbell

Family Pictures: Constructing the “Typical” American in 1920s Magazines
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Conserving Racial Segregation in 1954: Brown v. Board of Education and the Mississippi Daily Press
By Susan Weill