THE YELLOW KIDS. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS IN THE HEYDAY OF YELLOW JOURNALISM. Joyce MILTON.
THE YELLOW KIDS. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS IN THE HEYDAY OF YELLOW JOURNALISM
THE YELLOW KIDS. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS IN THE HEYDAY OF YELLOW JOURNALISM

THE YELLOW KIDS. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS IN THE HEYDAY OF YELLOW JOURNALISM

New York: Harper & & Row, 1989. First Edition. Cloth. 412 pp. Illustrated dust jacket. Notes. Bibliography. Index. White cloth with gilt spine titling. The story of the celebrity foreign correspondent reporters (Harry Scovel, Stephen Crane, Cora Taylor, Richard Harding Davis, James Creelman and others) covering the Spanish-American War in Cuba. They fueled the battle between Joseph Pulitzer's WORLD and William Randolph Hearst's JOURNAL newspapers in the "Yellow Journalism" days of the late-nineteenth century.
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