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News for all the people : the epic story of race and the American media /

by Gonzalez, Juan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London ; New York : Verso, 2011Description: 453 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781844676873 :; 1844676870.Subject(s): Race relations and the press -- United States | Racism in mass media | Mass media and race relations -- United States | Mass media -- United States -- History | Press and politics -- United States -- History | United States -- Race relations -- Press coverage
Contents:
[Pt.] I. The age of newspapers. "Barbarous Indians" and "rebellious Negroes" -- In the mail : the post office, the press and the mass political party -- Inciting to riot : the age of Jackson -- [pt.] II. Rebel voices. A new democratic press -- Priests, mobs, and know-nothings : the early Spanish-language press -- The Indian war of words -- To plead our own cause : the early Black press -- "The Chinese must go!" -- [pt.] III. The age of news networks. Wiring the news -- The Progressive Era and the colored press -- [pt.] IV. The age of broadcasting. Words with wings -- Trouble in the streets -- Other voices : Amos 'n' Andy, the "Sunshine Lady" and Los Madrugadores -- Uniting the home front -- The color line and the public interest : the post-War period -- Fierce rebellion, furious reaction : 1963-2003 -- [pt.] V. The age of the Internet. Controlling the means of transmission : old media's fall and new media's rise.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

[Pt.] I. The age of newspapers. "Barbarous Indians" and "rebellious Negroes" -- In the mail : the post office, the press and the mass political party -- Inciting to riot : the age of Jackson -- [pt.] II. Rebel voices. A new democratic press -- Priests, mobs, and know-nothings : the early Spanish-language press -- The Indian war of words -- To plead our own cause : the early Black press -- "The Chinese must go!" -- [pt.] III. The age of news networks. Wiring the news -- The Progressive Era and the colored press -- [pt.] IV. The age of broadcasting. Words with wings -- Trouble in the streets -- Other voices : Amos 'n' Andy, the "Sunshine Lady" and Los Madrugadores -- Uniting the home front -- The color line and the public interest : the post-War period -- Fierce rebellion, furious reaction : 1963-2003 -- [pt.] V. The age of the Internet. Controlling the means of transmission : old media's fall and new media's rise.

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