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A History Of The “Hattiesburg American”, Patt Foster Roberson Aug 1985

A History Of The “Hattiesburg American”, Patt Foster Roberson

Dissertations

This dissertation did not include an Abstract.

This dissertation is a study of the history of the Hattiesburg American , a local newspaper in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. It is also a study of the development of local newspapers in the United States.


Scapegoats, Slackers And Spies: The Portrayal Of Germany, Germans And German-Americans By Three Eastern Iowa Newspapers During World War I , Lucinda Lee Stephenson Jan 1985

Scapegoats, Slackers And Spies: The Portrayal Of Germany, Germans And German-Americans By Three Eastern Iowa Newspapers During World War I , Lucinda Lee Stephenson

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

It was a time when sauerkraut became "liberty cabbage" and hamburger became "liberty steak." Berlin, Iowa, started calling itself Lincoln, Iowa, and scores of people filled court houses across the country to have their German surnames changed to "more patriotic and American" names. All aspects of German culture were frowned upon by loyal patriots of the red, white and blue: things that were once a great source of pride for German-Americans suddenly became a source of shame. America's participation in World War I sparked a period of national paranoia, hysteria and violence--the likes of which America would not see ...


The Suppressions Of The "Chicago Times" And The "New York World" And Their Constitutional Implications, Laurie Ann Johnson Jan 1985

The Suppressions Of The "Chicago Times" And The "New York World" And Their Constitutional Implications, Laurie Ann Johnson

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

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