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1. Vice president of The Washington Post during Watergate






2. 9/11 reporter - jumped on the bandwagon






3. CBS radio - Catholic priest who spoke against the KKK - admired Hitler-hated the Jews - wider range of audience






4. Former slave - captivating and articulate speaker - editor of his own paper - had a book 'The Narrative life of Frederick Douglass -' was discovered by William Lloyd Garrison in 1841 - who then asked Douglass to speak at an anti-slavery convention. A






5. American Women's Suffrage Association - Conservative - women's rights - Women's journal






6. Spanish American War - Yellow Journalism - Harper's Weekly






7. Author of comon sense - American Revolution






8. Suffragist - founder of the newspaper-The Revolution - partner was Elizabeth Cady Stanton - Seneca Falls convention - Part of the National Woman Suffrage Association






9. Journal of Occurences (first wire newspaper) - American Revolution - Spanish American War






10. Discriminated against Jews in Dearborn Independent - 'The International Jew: The World's Foremost Problem'






11. Founder of PR - Sigmund Freud's nephew - used psychology in his work - Torches of Freedom






12. American Women's Suffrage Association - Conservative - women's rights - Women's journal






13. Susan B. Anthony's partner - started The Revolution/NWSA






14. Started the New York Journal - Journalism of Action - yellow journalism






15. Killed Emmett Till with L.W. Milam - confessed in an interview with 'Look' Magazine






16. Killed Emmett Till with L.W. Milam - confessed in an interview with 'Look' Magazine






17. Abolitionist who wrote for The Liberator - was a voice for the women's suffrage movement - discovered Frederick Douglass - wrote for the North Star






18. Former slave - captivating and articulate speaker - editor of his own paper - had a book 'The Narrative life of Frederick Douglass -' was discovered by William Lloyd Garrison in 1841 - who then asked Douglass to speak at an anti-slavery convention. A






19. New York World - Investigative Journalism - Tammany Hall - Yellow Journalism






20. Spanish American War - Yellow Journalism - Harper's Weekly






21. CBS reporter - Zippo Segment






22. Wrote McClure's Standard oil and the tactics they used






23. Discriminated against Jews in Dearborn Independent - 'The International Jew: The World's Foremost Problem'






24. Alabama Governor during the Selma March - led to Voting Act of 1965






25. Wrote McClure's Standard oil and the tactics they used






26. Racist - hated the Irish - yellow journalism - cartoons - wrote for Harper's Weekly - founder of 'Watchdog journalism' because of his work against Tammany Hall - is considered the father of the American Cartoon






27. New York World - Investigative Journalism - Tammany Hall - Yellow Journalism






28. Covered Watergate - worked for The Washington Post - edgy - dropout - didn't go to college - chased down sources in New Mexico






29. Exposed My Lai and its cover up - won Pullitzer Prize






30. CBS radio - Catholic priest who spoke against the KKK - admired Hitler-hated the Jews - wider range of audience






31. Tammany Hall - Nast - got the Irish vote - rigged election - center of conspiracy - Governor of New York - Democrat


32. Created the concept of objectivity -third person - no sides - less personal - New York Times






33. Vice president of The Washington Post during Watergate






34. Wrote satire against imperialism and the colonization of the Philippines






35. Exposed My Lai and its cover up - won Pullitzer Prize






36. Covered Watergate - worked for The Washington Post - edgy - dropout - didn't go to college - chased down sources in New Mexico






37. Tammany Hall - Nast - got the Irish vote - rigged election - center of conspiracy - Governor of New York - Democrat


38. Started the New York Journal - Journalism of Action - yellow journalism






39. CBS reporter - Zippo Segment






40. Founder of PR - Sigmund Freud's nephew - used psychology in his work - Torches of Freedom






41. Studied in a mental instituion - wrote for The New York World under Pullitzer






42. Journal of Occurences (first wire newspaper) - American Revolution - Spanish American War






43. 9/11 reporter - jumped on the bandwagon






44. Abolitionist who wrote for The Liberator - was a voice for the women's suffrage movement - discovered Frederick Douglass - wrote for the North Star






45. Created the concept of objectivity -third person - no sides - less personal - New York Times






46. Anti-communism - republican - 'list' of communists in the House and Senate






47. Alabama Governor during the Selma March - led to Voting Act of 1965






48. Deep throat - provided Bernstein and Woodward with information - FBI agent






49. Published 'Pentagon Papers' to the New York Times - RAND corporation






50. Published 'Pentagon Papers' to the New York Times - RAND corporation