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Table of Contents Foreword i Introduction v Chapter One: The Conception of a Popular American Press 1 Chapter Two: The Rise of Advocacy Journalism 33 Chapter Three: Debate in the Early American Press 54 Chapter Four: The Victory for Rights of the Press 76 Chapter Five: The Heyday of the Partisan Press 105 Chapter Six: The Rise of Professional Journalism 131 Chapter Seven: The Creation of Press Empires 152 Chapter Eight: Domination of the Press by Electronic Media 181 Chapter Nine: Alternative Journalism 202 Chapter Ten: The Failure of the American News Media 222 Chapter Eleven: The Movement Toward "Public Journalism" 258 Chapter Twelve: The Growth of the Discussion Boards and the Birth of the Blogs 282 Chapter Thirteen: 9/11 and the Rise of the Blogosphere 302 Chapter Fourteen: Research, Rathergate, and the Power of the Blogs 324 Chapter Fifteen: Political Reclamation and "Citizen Journalism" 344 Conclusion 364 Selected Bibliography 367 Index 372
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Journalism -- United States.