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LIFE, LOURNALISM & POLITICS
Written in English
• Instead of having a political party fund the newspaper, commercialism paid for the content • This period of rabid commercialism & competition led to a battle between Joseph Pulitzer & William Randolph Hearst that we read about in the book • This led to Yellow Journalism - shameless sensational journalism.
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Tolchin’s forty-year career at The New York Times was split almost evenly between New York, where he served as City Hall Bureau Chief, and Washington, where he covered Congress and the White House.
In this candid and upbeat memoir, Tolchin, who in co-founded The Hill, recounts stories of the major events and figures he covered as well as giving an illuminating insider’s account of the. In New York he was City Hall Bureau Chief and a political and investigative reporter. In Washington he reported on Congress and the White House.
He then founded two publications, as Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of The Hill, and Senior Publisher & Editor of Politico, and served on the jury of the Pulitzer Prizes for Journalism.
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