Read all about it!: the corporate takeover of America's newspapers

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Times Books, Apr 26, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 244 pages
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A 30-year journalism veteran--eight as editor of the Chicago Tribune--castigates corporate newspaper owners for sacrificing the ideals of a free press at the altar of profit, and laments the passing of an age when owners treated newspapers as a public trust.

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READ ALL ABOUT IT!: The Corporate Takeover of America's Newspapers

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A trenchant and disturbing analysis of the transformation of newspapers from gatherers of news to profitable corporate assets, by the former editor of the Chicago Tribune. While sometimes reflecting ... Read full review

Read all about it!: the corporate takeover of America's newspapers

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Squires was the media spokesman for the first part of Ross Perot's bid for the presidency. But for nearly 30 years until late 1989, he was on the other side of the fence, including editorships of the ... Read full review

Contents

Stop the Press I Want to Get On
3
The Ghost in the Machine
27
Steam Buckets and Bottom Lines
46
Copyright

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