Examines the concept of impartial news reporting prior to and after changes in the press during the Jacksonian era, illuminating the changing ideal of objectivity and its effects on journalismThe Times was different. On January 2, it devoted almost all of its front page to historian John Bach McMastera#39;s essay on the Monroe Doctrine, which was relevant at the time with respect to conflict over Venezuela. The next day, the Timesa#39; frontanbsp;...
|Title||:||Discovering The News|
|Publisher||:||Basic Books - 1981-02-13|