Vol. 25

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Vol. 25, Issue 1, Winter 2008

An Interview with Wm. David Sloan, New Orleans, August 6, 1999
By Ford Risley & Reed Smith

Breaking the Copper Collar: Press Freedom, Professionalization and the History of Montana Journalism
By John T. McNay

Two Tales of One City: How Cultural Perspective Influenced the Framing of a Pre-Civil Rights Story in Dallas
By Camille Kraeplin

Journalism and the Perfect Heat Wave: Assessing the Reportage of North America’s Worst Heat Wave, July-August 1936
By Phillip J. Hutchison

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Enemies in Mass Media: A Content Analysis of U.S. Government Influence in American Film during World War II.
By Thomas B. Christie & Andrew M. Clark

A Woman’s Place: Defiance and Obedience—Newspaper Stories about Women during the Trial of John Brown
By Brian Gabrial

“A Dozen Best”: Public Relations History
By Margot Opdycke Lamme

 

Vol. 25, Issue 2, Spring 2008

When Police Dogs Attacked: Iconic News Photographs and Construction of History, Mythology, and Political Discourse
By Meg Spratt

The Bay Bridge Metonymy: How Maryland Newspapers Interpreted the Opening of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge
By David W. Guth

From Cheesecake to Chief: Newspaper Editors’ Slow Acceptance of Women
By Norman P. Lewis

Mission Accomplished: Margaret Sanger and The National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control, 1929-1937
By Vanessa Murphree & Karla K. Gower

“A Dozen Best” Sports Journalism
By Dave Kaszuba

 

Vol. 25, Issue 3, Summer 2008

Rekindling the Fire: The Compromise that Initiated the Formal Integration of Daily Newspaper Newsrooms
By Gwyneth Mellinger

The U.S. “Information Bulletin” and Mixed Signals in the Democracy Lessons for Postwar Germany
By Kevin Grieves

Boosting the Bottom Line: Beatrice Morrow Cannady’s Tactics to Promote “The Advocate”, 1923-1933
By Kimberley Mangun

From Reporting Sleuth to Pioneer in Media Accountability: The Career of the “New York World’s” Isaac D. White
By Neil Nemeth

“A Dozen Best”: Top Books on Journalism and the Civil Rights Era
By Norman P. Lewis

 

Vol. 25, Issue 4, Fall 2008

Oral History Project: An Interview with Maurine Beasley
By Ford Risley & Reed Smith

Online Citations in History Journals: Current Practice and Views from Journal Editors
By Michael Bugeja, Daniela V. Dimitrova & Hyehyun Hong

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the Babe: Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick’s Columns about Babe Ruth
By John Carvalho & Raymond Ankney

Strikebusting in St. Petersburg: Nelson Poynter’s Postwar Assault on Union Printers
By James F. Tracy

“Collier’s” Criticism of the Press During the Norman Hapgood Years, 1902 to 1913
By Ronald R. Rodgers

“A Dozen Best”: A Review of Literary Journalism Scholarship
By Nancy L. Roberts