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McClure's magazine and the muckrakers, by Harold S. Wilson.


Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1970.
ISBN , 069104600X

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JSTOR EBA
Subjects McClure's magazine.
Muckrakers.
New McClure's magazine.
Description ix, 347 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The imprint of abolitionism -- An apprenticeship in the publishing world -- My blood is like champagne -- The making of a magazine -- A magazine of reporters -- McClure's is edited with clairvoyance -- The genesis of muckraking -- The second decade: the problem of lawlessness -- The great schism and afterwards -- Government by magazine -- The state of the state -- The structuring of power: the way out -- The finale of laissez-faire -- Society the juggernaut; man the devotee? -- Two revolts against oligarchy.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)97306
(OCoLC)ocm00097306
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WorldCat Identities Wilson, Harold S., 1935-
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