By Deborah E. Lipstadt
Publish 12 months note: First released 1985
This so much whole examine to this point of yank press reactions to the Holocaust units forth in plentiful element how the clicking national performed down or maybe neglected stories of Jewish persecutions over a twelve-year interval.
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649. 50. Pulitzer, “The College of Journalism,” 680. 51. Mott, American Journalism, 590; Page established World’s Work precisely because he wanted a proprietary interest in the magazine world so that he “shall not work to build up a good piece of machinery and then be turned out to graze as an old horse is,” as he wrote to the historian Roscoe Thayer. Walter Hines Page to Roscoe Thayer, December 5, 1900, in Burton J. Hendrick, The Life and Letters of Walter H. byu. html. S. ambassador to England and Germany by President Wilson.
58 In agenda setting, magazine journalists led the way. The extraordinary January 1903 issue of McClure’s carried three investigative articles documenting evasions of law and ethics. ”59 The issue carried the third installment of Ida M. Tarbell’s 19-part series (1902–1904) exposing the “force and fraud” John D. Rockefeller used to build the Standard Oil Company. And Ray Stannard Baker’s “The Right to Work” documented the torments of nonstrikers during the 1902 coal-mine strike in Pennsylvania.
The second movement led to a Constitutional reform to permit popular direct election of senators, replacing election by legislatures. By 1913 direct election was passed as the Seventeenth Amendment to the Constitution. Phillips can also be credited with providing impetus for a Constitutional federal income tax, also approved in 1913 by the Sixteenth Amendment. Phillips was perhaps the most literary of the investigative writers. Having already written novels on the subject of industrial and political corruption,77 he brought to journalism some of the techniques of fiction—a grand theme, characters, plot, intrigue, and style.
Beyond Belief: The American Press and the Coming of the Holocaust, 1933-1945 by Deborah E. Lipstadt