Partisans of the Southern Press: Editorial Spokesmen of the Nineteenth Century

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Contents

The World of the Southern Editor
1
Between Nationalism and Nullification The Editorial Career of Thomas Ritchie
12
The Rise of a Metropolitan Giant The New Orleans Daily Picayune 18371850
47
The Triumph of Sectional Journalism The Charleston Daily Courier and Charleston Mercury on the Eve of Secession
69
A Study of Wartime Journalism John M Daniel and the Confederacy
95
Resisting Reconstruction John Forsyth and the Mobile Daily Register
118
Three Giants of New South Journalism The Formative Years
149
Three Giants of the New South Triumph in the Eighties
165
Conclusion Southern Journalism from Old South to New South
198
Notes
214
A Note on Sources
278
Index
286
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