Vol. 27

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Vol. 27, Issue 1, Winter 2010


Revolutions Incomplete: Horace Greeley and the Forty-eighters at Home and Abroad
By Gregory A. Borchard

Checking Financial Power: Newspaper Coverage of the New York Stock Exchange’s Bid to Control the Ticker, June 1889
By Cynthia Mitchell

Grabbing a Place on the Totem Pole: How Newspaperman H. Allen Smith Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Book Business
By Sara Baker Netzley

The Myth of Spiro Agnew’s “Nattering Nabobs of Negativism”
By Norman P. Lewis

The Burden of Being First: Carol Sutton and the Courier-Journal
By Kimberly Wilmot Voss

The Female Foot Pads of Boston Neck: “Freshest Advices” of 1736
By Joel S. Berson


The Origins of Television News in America: The Visualizers of CBS in the 1940s, by Mike Conway
Reviewed by William E. Huntzicker

Journalism’s Roving Eye: A History of American Foreign Reporting, by John Maxwell Hamilton
Reviewed by James D. Startt

Battling Nell: The Life of Southern Journalist Cornelia Battle Lewis, 1893-1956, by Alexander S. Leidholdt
Reviewed by Darden Asbury Pyron

Pulitzer: A Life in Politics, Print, & Power, by James McGrath Morris
Reviewed by W. Joseph Campbell

A Bomb in Every Issue: How the Short, Unruly Life of Ramparts Magazine Changed America, by Peter Richardson
Reviewed by Gwyneth Mellinger

Radio’s Hidden Voice: The Origins of Public Broadcasting in the United States, by Hugh Richard Slotten
Reviewed by Noah Arceneaux

The Godfather of Tabloid: Generoso Pope Jr. and the National Enquirer, by Jack Vitek
Reviewed by S. Elizabeth Bird

“A Dozen Best”: Top Books on First Amendment
By David W. Bulla

Presidential Address
By Julie Hedgepeth Williams


Vol. 27, Issue 2, Spring 2010

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The Energy Crisis and the Media: Mobil Oil Corporation’s Debate with the Media, 1973-1983
By Vanessa Murphree and James Aucoin

Still Reading Women’s Magazines: Reconsidering the Tradition a Half Century After The Feminine Mystique
By Amy Aronson

Shell-Shocked in New Orleans: A Competitive Press During a Bloody Season, January 1973
By Stuart C. Babington

The Future Will Be Televised: Newspaper Industry Voices and the Rise of Television News
By Kristen Heflin

Research Notes

Why We Search for Answers
By Joe Marren

Book Reviews

Media Bias, Perspective, and the State Repression: The Black Panther Party, by Christian Davenport
Reviewed by Vanessa Murphree

African American Journalists: Autobiography as Memoir and Manifesto, by Calvin L. Hall
Reviewed by Anna R. Paddon

Picturing Medical Progress from Pasteur to Polio: A History of Mass Media Images and Popular Attitudes in America, by Bert Hansen
Reviewed by Bruce V. Lewenstein

Negotiating in the Press: American Journalism and Diplomacy, 1918-1919, by Joseph R. Hayden
Reviewed by Dale E. Zacher

The Conservative Resurgence and the Press: The Media’s Role in the Rise of the Right, by James Brian McPherson
Reviewed by Andrea Hickerson

The Great Industrial War: Framing Class Conflict in the Media, 1865-1950, by Troy Rondinone
Reviewed by Jon Bekken

A New Brand of Business: Charles Coolidge Parlin, Curtis Publishing Company, and the Origins of Market Research, by Douglas B. Ward
Reviewed by Randy L. Armstrong

Burning Crosses and Activist Journalism: Hazel Brannon Smith and the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement, by Jan Whitt
Reviewed by Susan Weill


Vol. 27, Issue 3, Summer 2010


Learning the “Outsider” Profession: Serial Advice Columns in The Journalist
By Randall S. Sumpter

Colonel Edward M. House and the Journalists
By James D. Startt

The Geography of an American Icon: An Analysis of the Circulation of the Saturday Evening Post, 1911-1944
By Douglas B. Ward

The Dixiecrat Summer of 1948: Two South Carolina Editors—a Liberal and a Conservative—Foreshadow Modern Political Debate in the South
By Sid Bedingfield

Art Commentary for the Middlebrow: Promoting Modernism & Modern Art through Popular Culture—How Life Magazine Brought “The New” into Middle-Class Homes
By Sheila Webb

Research Notes

The Community Weekly Newspaper: Telling America’s Stories
By Beth H. Garfrerick

AJHA Oral History Project

An Interview with Michael Murray; Interviewed in Birmingham, Alabama, October 2009
By Reed Smith

Book Reviews

A Social History of the Media: From Gutenberg to the Internet, by Asa Briggs and Peter Burke
Reviewed by Tracy Lucht

American Culture in the 1930s, by David Eldridge
Reviewed by Michael Stamm

The Broadcast Century and Beyond: A Biography of American Broadcasting, by Robert L. Hilliard and Michael C. Keith
Reviewed by Ray Begovich

Mencken on Mencken, edited by S. T. Joshi
Reviewed by Elliot King

On the Front Lines of the Cold War: An American Correspondent’s Journal from the Chinese Civil War to the Cuban Missile Crisis and Vietnam, by Seymour Topping
Reviewed by Pamela Ann Parry

Horace Greenley’s New-York Tribune: Civil War-Era Socialism and the Crisis of Free Labor, by Adam Tuchinsky
Reviewed by Erika J. Pribanic-Smith

“A Dozen Best”: Twelve Ways to do “True” History
By E. M. Palmegiano


Vol. 27, Issue 4, Fall 2010


An Expanding Public Sphere: Women and Print in Colonial Virginia; 1736-1776
By Roger P. Mellen

Paul Lazarsfeld’s Radio and the Printed Page: A Critical Reappraisal
By Michael Stamm

“Snakes in Our Midst”: The Media, the Military and American Policy toward Vichy North Africa
By Richard Fine

Juggernaut in Kid Gloves: Inez Callaway Robb, 1900-1979
By Carolyn M. Edy

“To the detriment of the institution”: The Missouri Student‘s Fight to Desegregate the University of Missouri
By Aimee Edmondson & Earnest L. Perry

AJHA Oral History Project

An Interview with Wallace Eberhard: Interviewed in Birmingham, Alabama, October 2009
By Reed Smith

Book Reviews

The Routledge Companion to News and Journalism, edited by Stuart Allen
Reviewed by Kenneth Campbell

The Southern Press: Literary Legacies and the Challenge of Modernity, by Doug Cumming
Reviewed by Berkley Hudson

Women for President: Media Bias in Nine Campaigns, by Erika Falk
Reviewed by Patricia L. Dooley

Newspapers: A Complete Guide to the Industry, by Mike Farrell and Mary Carmen Cupito
Reviewed by Michael T. Martinez

Selling War in a Media Age: The Presidency and Public Opinion in the American Century, edited by Kenneth Osgood and Andrew K. Frank
Reviewed by Wallace B. Eberhard

Everyone Had Cameras: Photography and Farmworkers in California, 1850-2000, by Richard Steven Street
Reviewed by Julianne H. Newton

“A Dozen Best”: Top Books on the Role of Press During the American Revolution
By Carol Sue Humphrey