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The Southern Press in the Civil War: American Wars and the Media in Primary Documents

Van Tuyll, Debra Reddin

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ISBN 10: 031332932X / ISBN 13: 9780313329326
Published by Greenwood Press, 2005
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Title: The Southern Press in the Civil War: ...

Publisher: Greenwood Press

Publication Date: 2005

Book Condition:Good

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Called the first modern war and our nation's greatest calmity, the nation's press conveyed news from the Civil War to the citizens of the South who looked to newspapers as their primary source of information. Circulation pressures, political partisanship, scarce materials, and the unyeilding public appetite for the latest news all contributed to how the growing numbers of professional journalists covered the pressing political and military events during those crucial years.

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DEBRA REDDIN VAN TUYLL is Associate Professor, Department of Languages, Literature and Communications at Augusta State University, Augusta, GA.

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