Yellow Journalism: Scandal, Sensationalism, and Gossip in the Media
The love-hate relationship between the American public and tabloid-style media is an important part of America's journalistic history. Dan Cohen tells it all from William Randolph Hearst to Walter Winchell to today's internet gossip columnists.
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