The History of George Brown and The Globe and Mail.
George Brown's career in the newspaper industry started at a very young age when he and his father decided to move to America from Scotland. His Father wrote for the New York Albion, the weekly paper of the British emigrant community. George Brown studied under his father and got a good taste of writing for newspapers and he would also start being more politically involved, he had the same views as his father on how the American system worked and like his father heavily favored the British parliamentary system. In June of 1842 George Brown's father began the British Chronicle, which was a…
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