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" Papers which are made up entirely of original matter are not, as a rule, very popular. It is a very common remark of shrewd newspaper men that they can steal better articles than they can buy. "
Centennial Newspaper Exhibition, 1876 - Page 178
1876
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American Journalism, 1690-1940, Volume 4

Frederic Hudson, Alfred McClung Lee, Frank Luther Mott
...Courier-Journal, which is original only in spots.” Another writer 6 went so far as to remark in 1876, “Papers which are made up entirely of original matter...they can steal better articles than they can buy.” He noted that, in a stolen artide, “The good points are saved and verbiage rejected.” An editor...
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