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The life of Karl Marx

.... editors would not publish his work. He moved to cologne where a liberal action was taking place. This group, called The Cologne Circle, had its own newspaper, ....

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Evolution of Journalism

.... Like newspaper websites, blogs tend to provide readers with a feedback option .... so Blogger by-passed established magazines, newspapers, editors, and proprietors ....

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British Prime Minister

.... publicity and.....by a well-judged television interview or perhaps by the ability to win and retain the support of important newspaper editors and proprietors ....

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Media Monopoly

.... In fact, a survey by the American Society of Newspaper Editors "found that 33 percent of all editors working for newspaper chains said they would not feel free ....

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The middle-class in the late 1

.... Middle-class citizens were suburban homeowners, that held positions like "lawyers, doctors, businessmen, ministers, bank tellers, newspaper editors, and even ....

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The gold rush

.... cold streams and use the ability and skills they had brought with them; they used them and became doctors, lawyers, storekeepers, newspaper editors, and sailors ....

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DBQ - Alien and Sedition Acts

.... to qualify for US citizenship, they authorized the president to deport any aliens considered dangerous and made it illegal for newspaper editors to criticize ....

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Women's Rights in America and How They Fought For Them

.... Newspaper editors were so scandalized by the shameless audacity of the Declaration of Sentiments, and particularly of the ninth resolution -- women demanding ....

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America in Vietnam and The Domino Theory

.... apparently thought to be a cogent argument when President John F. Kennedy spoke about Cuba to the American Society of Newspaper Editors on April 20, 1061. ....

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Jefferson and Roosevelt’s Attacks on the Court System

.... Many of these were important Republican newspaper editors and one was a member of the US House of Representatives, arrested because of his political position. ....

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Marcus Garvey

.... what he did. There were many long running disputes with rival politicians and other black newspaper editors. Garvey was even disapproved ....

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Motives in the Media

.... It seems that ultimately, these stories constructed for us by the newspaper's editors and writers are reliant upon Margaret Atwood's questioning of how much ....

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¢AMISTAD¢

.... President Van Buren, along with many newspaper editors, favored extraditing the Africans to Cuba in the hopes of gaining votes for re-election. ....

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Federalists & Democratic Part.

.... They wanted to use this law to get rid of republican newspaper editors who were printing papers that were discrediting them. The ....

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Leadership

.... Every month, the editors of the newspaper are expected to put out a newspaper for the student body that meets the high standards set by past editors. ....

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muckrakers

.... in its subscribers. The newspaper editors wanted to replace ordinary town gossip with gossip about the latest events of the city. ....

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Media Response To National Crises

.... The CPI had newspaper editors voluntarily censor their material according to the CPI's guidelines of material that should be kept secret. ....

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Career of a Journalist

.... Fax: 404-681-3578 Contact: Personnel You'll Associate With: Editors, Photographers, Publishers .... 212-997-0947 Fax: 212-768-7414 Contact: The Newspaper Guild 8611 ....

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spain and the media

.... In addition, it enabled the state to intervene in the appointment and dismissal of newspaper managers and editors, even in the case of the privately owned press ....

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Gender Inequality in the Workplace

.... Deen 1). A study released by the American Society of Newspaper Editors in 1991 found that 51% of US daily newspapers employ no minorities in their newsrooms. ....

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Leadership

.... Every month, the editors of the newspaper are expected to put out a newspaper for the student body that meets the high standards set by past editors. ....

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Blacks from 1880-1955

.... on separate charges of kidnapping. White newspaper editors in many cities condemned Mississippi. In spite of the disappointment ....

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Mussolini

.... Newspaper editors were all personally chosen by Mussolini himself, and no one could practice journalism who did not possess a certificate of approval from the ....

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To What Extent was Mussolini an All-Powerful Dictator?

.... Mussolini himself personally chose newspaper editors, and no one could practice journalism that did not possess a certificate of approval from the Fascist party ....

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Robert Frost

.... odd jobs. Throughout these years, he continued to write poetry which he sent to many newspaper and magazine editors. In 1894, he ....

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Releasing News to the Public

.... agree. When it comes to a newspaper, they want the whole story. .... society. What would I do in the shoes of the editors in this situation? ....

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Diversity in Journalism: Where Is It?

.... 21.8% of jobs in English TV newsrooms, they only occupy 11.6% of daily newspaper journalism jobs, according to the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE ....

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NEW ORLEANS TIMES-PICAYUNE SERIES ON RACISM

.... Stakeholders in the case included the community, the editors and the newspaper's reputation. The newspaper has an obligation to its readers in the community. ....

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Journalism Ethics

.... propaganda. Ethical Performance In 1975 the American Society of Newspaper Editors set forth ideas for ethical performance. They ....

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Legalization of Marijuana

.... When bureaucrats and newspaper editors were informed of the Mexicans use of a drug called marijuana became a vital course of information for them. ....

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