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The Dissident Press
Alternative Journalism in American History


Volume: 13
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Journalism

April 1984 | 159 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Kessler challenges the idea that the worlds of media and journalism have ever conformed to a 'free marketplace' image. This present volume investigates a handful of the many fringe groups who, denied access to the mainstream, started marketplaces of their own. Journalistic efforts in six groups are explored: Black Americans; utopians and communitarians; feminists; non-English speaking immigrants; populists, anarchists, socialists, communists; and pacifists, non-interventionists, and resisters from World Wars I and II. The result is an impressive study which shows that such groups have a diversity of origins, and a tradition which spans one and a half centuries.
 
Other Voices
 
The Freedom Train
 
Seekers of a New Age
 
A Siege of the Citadels
 
Strangers in a Strange Land
 
Working-Class Radicals
 
War Resisters
 
The Journalistic Tradition of Radicalism

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ISBN: 9780803920873
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