American Journalism 1690-1940

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Frederic Hudson, Alfred McClung Lee, Frank L. Mott
Routledge, 2000 - 2660 pages
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This set reprints three famous but now hard-to-obtain works that recount the development of American journalism from its beginnings in the seventeenth century up to 1940. Together these books outline nearly 300 years' worth of changes in production techniques, journalistic practices and distribution methods.
Available as a collection, the three titles are also sold separately, either as two-volume sets priced at $250.00/Y [Can. $375.00/Y] or in their component volumes at $125.00/Y [Can. $188.00/Y]:

Journalism in the United Statesfrom 1690-1872Frederic Hudson (1873)
Two Volume Set: 840pp: 0 415 24142 1
Volume One: 420pp: 0 415 22889 1
Volume Two: 420pp: 0 415 22890 5

The Daily Newspaper in America: The Evolution of a Social InstrumentAlfred McClung Lee (1937)
Two Volume Set: 812pp: 0 415 24143 X
Volume One: 406pp: 0 415 22891 3
Volume Two: 406pp: 0 415 22892 1

American Journalism: A History of Newspapers in the United States through 250 years, 1690-1940Frank Luther Mott (1941)
Two Volume Set: 782pp: 0 415 24144 8
Volume One: 391pp: 0 415 22893 X
Volume Two: 0 415 22894 8

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