Yellow Journalism and the Hearst Newspaper
The writings of William Randolph Hearst's newspaper The New York Journal had a profound effect on the American public during the era of Yellow Journalism. From 1895, when Hearst first purchased the paper, to 1966, the year of the Journal's last printing, scandalous articles about everything from the War with Spain to American politics would leave many spellbound and, at the same time, hungry for more. Most often, these writings published in the Journal were exaggerated and full of misinformation. …
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