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  • Author:
    Will Irwin
  • ISBN:
    0813800951
  • ISBN13:
    978-0813800950
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  • Publisher:
    Iowa State University Press; 1st edition (1969)
  • Pages:
    86 pages
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William Henry "Will" Irwin (September 14, 1873 – February 24, 1948) was an American author, writer and journalist who was associated with the muckrakers. Irwin was born in 1873 in Oneida, New York.

William Henry "Will" Irwin (September 14, 1873 – February 24, 1948) was an American author, writer and journalist who was associated with the muckrakers. In his early childhood, the Irwin family moved to Clayville, New York, a farming and mining center south of Utica.

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World War I. Irwin continued to write articles, some in the muckraking style, until the outbreak of World War I. He sailed to Europe in August 1914 as one of the first American correspondents. During and after the war Irwin wrote 17 more books, including a biography of Herbert Hoover, a history of Paramount Pictures and its founder Adolph Zukor, The House That Shadows Built (1928), and his autobiography, The Making of a Reporter (1942).

Therefore, this book of readings offers much to the students of the American scene, past and present, whether they are . The article authors include such notable names in American letters as Gamaliel Bradford, Will Irwin, William Allen White, John Dos Passos, and Henry F. Pringle.

Therefore, this book of readings offers much to the students of the American scene, past and present, whether they are general readers or specialists in journalism, history, American studies, or any of the social sciences. The 27 articles included here have been chosen particularly for their readability and authenticity. The coherent presentation of this diverse material should help anyone interested in the American newspaper get a better view of its broad scope, its lively color, and its profound influence on the course of history.

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"The American Newspaper : A series first appearing in Colliers, January-July 1911." A reproduction printing, with comments by Clifford F. Weigle and David G. Clark. In 1911 Irwin published one of the most famous critical analyses of American journalism ever written. The series titled "The American Newspaper" was researched from September 23, 1909 till late June 1910 and published in Colliers magazine from January to June 1911.