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Class and News

Author : Don Heider
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News as a cultural product has earned a place in scholarly research over the past several decades, and media scholars and sociologists have successfully looked at news for ideological content and how news may shape an audience's ideas on politics, gender, and race. But how does news influence an audience's ideas about social structure? Class and News is a multidisciplinary collection of essays examining how the news media treats or neglects this structure in everyday reporting. Are certain stories chosen for their appeal to the upper or middle classes? Are stories of interest to lower class readers/viewers avoided? How are issues of social order reported or reflected in stories that aren't about class? This in-depth work will be a valuable resource for students, scholars, and general readers interested in the dynamics of class and news in the United States.

United States Official Postal Guide

Author : United States. Post Office Department
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United States Duties on Imports 1891 Rev Cor and Supplemented By Lewis Heyl Siisted by Mrs M K Murphy

Author : Lewis Heyl
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Contemporary Review

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The Locomotive News and Railway Contractor

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Professional Journal of the United States Army

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The Adventures of Gum

Author : Julie Brothers
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Gum could barely hold in his excitement on the last day of school. He had waited for this moment for over 280 days! School was close to being out, and he had plans – BIG PLANS! His fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Magle, told the class that she had a fun surprise for the last day of school. What could it be? Well, let’s just say that Mrs. Magle and Gum don’t define “fun” the same way. Mrs. Magle announced to the class that she would be their teacher next year also. That wouldn’t be so bad, except she assigned everyone a SUMMER WRITING PROJECT! Gum doesn’t like this news! What’s he supposed to write about? He hates writing! How can he live out a summer of adventure with a writing project looming over his head? To make matters even worse, Gum’s mom is a teacher across the hall. How will he ever get out of this unfortunate mess? A summer must be savored and enjoyed. SUMMERS ARE FOR KIDS!

FCC Record

Author : United States. Federal Communications Commission
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Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office

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Yesterday s Man

Author : Branko Marcetic
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A deep dive into Joe Biden’s history and the origins of his political values Yesterday’s Man exposes the forgotten history of Joe Biden, one of the United States’s longest-serving politicians, and one of its least scrutinized. Over nearly fifty years in politics, the man called “Middle-Class Joe” served as a key architect of the Democratic Party’s rightward turn, ushering in the end of the liberal New Deal order and enabling the political takeover of the radical right. Far from being a liberal stalwart, Biden often outdid even Reagan, Gingrich, and Bush, assisting the right-wing war against the working class, and ultimately paving the way for Trump. The most comprehensive political biography of someone who has tried for decades to be president, Yesterday’s Man is an essential read for anyone interested in knowing the real Joe Biden and what he might do in office.