With Just Cause: Unionization of the American Journalist by Walter M. BraschWith Just Cause: Unionization of the American Journalist by Walter M. Brasch

With Just Cause: Unionization of the American Journalist

byWalter M. Brasch

Hardcover | January 13, 1992

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With Just Cause is a collection of essays on the relationship between the trend toward unionization and the development of the newspaper publishing industry. Selected Contents: Where We Came From: A Brief History of the Writers Guild of America; Uniting Freelance Writers: The National Writers Union; Printing Trades Unions in the Media; Collective Bargaining: A Foundation for Worker Rights; The Union Shop: Requiring Journalists to Join a Union; Media Unions Before the American Newspaper Guild; The Open Shop Agreement of the A.N.P.A.; Anticommunism in the New York Newspaper Guild; Who Killed the Herald Tribune; Endorsing Politicians and Social Issues: Freedom of Speech and a Union's Right v. Media Credibility and an Illusion of Objectivity; A Brief Look at Publishers and Newspaper Carriers; 'When It's Over, We Won't Care About You Anymore" The Mainstream Press Covers Labor; The Labor Press in America.
Walter M. Brasch is Professor of Journalism at Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. He is also the author of The Press and the State (UPA, 1986) and Forerunners of the Revolution (UPA, 1990).
Title:With Just Cause: Unionization of the American JournalistFormat:HardcoverDimensions:511 pages, 9.2 × 6.32 × 1.58 inPublished:January 13, 1992Publisher:UPA

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0819183601

ISBN - 13:9780819183606


Table of Contents

AcknowledgmentsPrologue1. Ardor and Apocalypse: The Timeless Trajectory of Margaret Fuller2. The Italian Side of Emily Dickinson3. Constance Woolson and Death in Venice4. Mabel Dodge Luhan: In Search of a Personal South5. Yankee Principessa: Marguerite Caetani6. Iris Origo: To the Manor/Manner BornAfterwordNotesBibliographyIndex

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