When her husband was president, she created the role of First Lady, using her social talents to advance his program. In the days before formal party headquarters, local newspaper offices functioned as places in which politicians and editors could meet and plan strategy.
Garfield of Ohio, was nominated. Although the "who, what, when, where, why and how" model of reporting had existed since at least the s, the s marked the first widespread acceptance of objectivity as a goal among newspapers. Samuel Tilden won the popular vote, receiving 4, votes to 4, for Hayes.
Cox, governor of Ohio, and Franklin D. Offset technology utterly erased jobs once held by compositors and typesetters, and it took much of the older type of skilled labor out of printing.
The s in general would become known as one of the most flamboyant eras of American journalism, marked by incredible competition among the large urban dailies. Radio pioneered the practice of "narrowcasting" starting in the s, as stations abandoned nationally produced content to focus on a specific demographic or ethnic group within its listening area.
But the military successes of Generals Ulysses S. Disaffected by Grant administration corruption and the controversy over Reconstruction, Greeley ran on a platform of civil service reform, laissez-faire liberalism, and an end to Reconstruction. Newspapers could also come before formal party organization, as when William Lloyd Garrison's The Liberator made him the leading figure of the abolitionist movement and predated the founding of his New England Anti-Slavery Society by a year.
Speculation then shifted to the vice presidency. Wilson also obtained a slim margin in the electoral college, winning to William Wirt Democratic-Republican Andrew Jackson was reelected in withpopular votes Southern editors in particular faced hardship during the war, as the northern blockade dried up the supplies they needed to publish.
When black abolitionists wanted a voice in the movement, they attempted several times to found a newspaper, finally succeeding in with Frederick Douglass's North Star. By the end ofthere were only 1, daily newspapers being published in the United States, a loss of from The employees of the paper evacuated en masse to the paper's printing offices in New Jersey and were actually able to improvise a paper for the next morning.
But Hamilton feared that if Adams was the unanimous choice, he would end in a tie with Washington and might even become president, an outcome that would be highly embarrassing for both Washington and the new electoral system.
During the campaign, Federalists attacked Jefferson as an un-Christian deist, tainted by his sympathy for the increasingly bloody French Revolution. Grant supporters who had fought civil service reform; and Half-Breeds, moderate reformers and high-tariff men loyal to the party.
Congress had to determine the authenticity of the disputed returns.
The defining Supreme Court decision concerning newspapers, Near v. The s saw one of the most dramatic instances of the power of the United States press when the Washington Post 's coverage of the Watergate burglary started a process that led to the resignation of President Nixon.
La Follette won two of the first four primaries North Dakota and Wisconsin. It was up to Congress to decide what to do and they decided war. The strike lasted for 19 months, or a total of days.
Thomas Jefferson was the Republican standard-bearer, with Aaron Burr as his running mate.
His having invited Booker T. Debs Inangered over what he felt was the betrayal of his policies by his hand-picked successor, President William Howard Taft, former president Theodore Roosevelt sought the Republican nomination. The s will be remembered most as the decade in which the Internet exploded as a major cultural force.
The Republicans nominated James G. John Pitale The election rang a death knell for the Whig party. The continued decline in multiple-newspaper cities led Congress to pass the Newspaper Preservation Act ofwhich allowed competing newspapers to merge essentially all of their operations outside the newsroom if one or both were in financial distress.The presidential election of was noteworthy for being a wartime election.
It gave voters an opportunity to render judgment on the presidency of James Madison, who had recently led the United States into the War of The American Documents for the Study of History AMDOCS is maintained by an unfunded group of volunteers dedicated to providing quality materials for free public access, and was founded in James Madison would be re-nominated by the Democratic-Republicans in May His Vice-President George Clinton had died a few weeks earlier.
Elbridge Gerry a former Governor of Massachusetts and signer of the Declaration of Independence would take Clinton’s place on the ticket.
The press in the United States evolved through a long history of freedom and openness, and it operated at the beginning of the twenty-first century within one of the richest and most powerful societies in.
The United States presidential election of was the 32nd quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 5, Democratic Governor Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey unseated incumbent Republican President William Howard Taft and defeated Former President Theodore Roosevelt, who ran as the Progressive Party ("Bull Moose") nominee.
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