The Yellow Kids: Foreign Correspondents in the Heyday of Yellow Journalism

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Harper Perennial, 1990 - History - 412 pages
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Evaluates contemporary journalists' coverage of the Yukon Gold Rush and the Spanish-American war

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The yellow kids: foreign correspondents in the heyday of yellow journalism

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Milton's book mainly chronicles the exploits of reporters during the Spanish-American War when "yellow journalism'' flourished. Spurred by a circulation battle between William Randolph Hearst's New ... Read full review

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of Horace
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Filibuster Thrills
45
nun Our Intrepid Special Commissioners
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Joyce Milton is the author of several critically acclaimed biographies, including Tramp: The Life of Charlie Chaplin and Loss of Eden (Charles and Anne Lindbergh).

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