Table of contents for Everything was better in America : print culture in the Great Depression / David Welky.

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Part One: Newspapers
i. The Press Encounters the New Deal 17
2. Kidnapping America's Child  28
3. Olympic Feats of Americanism  45
4. The Gumps: America's Comic-Strip Family  67
Part Two: Magazines
5. How to Slant a Magazine  83
6. Life, the War, and Everything  96
7. Defining Womanhood in the Ladies' Home Journal 114
8. Patriot Number One, the Man of Steel 130
Part Three: Books
9. Mainstreaming the Book Industry  149
to. Finding Security in Best Sellers 16o
11. Ellery Queen Restores Order 177
12. Gone With the Wind, but Not Forgotten  193
Conclusion: "Everything Was Better in America" 215
Notes 221
Index 251

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: American newspapers History 20th century, American periodicals History 20th century, Publishers and publishing United States History 20th century