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by James Melvin Lee
Author: James Melvin Lee
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (January 17, 2007)
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History of American journalism. by. Lee, James Melvin, 1878-1929.
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Journalism in America began as a "humble" affair and became a political force in the campaign for American independence. Following independence, the first amendment to the . The press became a key support element to the country's political parties but also organized religious institutions.
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316 history of american journalism. erous in supplying free copies to postmasters, postal clerks on trains, stage-drivers, etc. This petty graft often gave the pro- vincial newspaper free circulation even outside the county of publication. On August 16, 1861, the Grand Jury of New York City " presented " The Journal of Commerce, The Daily News, The Day Book, The Freeman's Journal, and The Brooklyn Eagle to the Circuit Court of the United States on the charge that these papers contained treasonable utterances "calculated to aid and comfort the enemy," and added to its presentment the following conclusion: "The.