Baughman, James L.
Title HENRY R. LUCE and the Rise of the American News Media
Binding Hard Cover
Book Condition Near Fine
Jacket Condition Very Good
Edition First Edition
Size Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall
Publisher Boston Twayne Publishers 1987
0-8057-7755-5 / 9780805777550
Seller ID 005875
A title from the Twayne's Twentieth-Century American Biography Series. Baughman takes a detailed look at the most influential and controversial magazine publisher in American history, and shows how "Luce's pioneering, highly effective communication tools have endured and are today the dominant components of America's news media." Red cloth w/tan cloth backstrip, 264 pages (including Chronology/Notes and References/Bibliographic Essay/Index), illustrated. An unread copy. Dust jacket w/moderate edgewear, faint soil to top left corner of front panel.
JAMES L. BAUGHMAN, HENRY R. LUCE, NEWS, JOURNALISM, MEDIA, TWAYNE'S TWENTIETH-CENTURY AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY SERIES, MAGNATES, PUBLISHERS, PUBLISHING, TIME MAGAZINE, FORTUNE LIFE MAGAZINES, RADIO, AUTO/BIOGRAPHY HISTORY, NOISBN