The Yellow Kids: Foreign Correspondents in the Heyday of Yellow Journalism by Joyce Milton

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The Yellow Kids: Foreign Correspondents in the Heyday of Yellow Journalism

'“Engaging . . . entertaining . . . rich in eccentric characters and pointed anecdotes, all handled with much humor.” —The Wall Street Journal“Exuberant . . . a remarkable evocation of this baroque chapter of American journalism.” —Harrison Salisbury, The Washington Post Book World“A spirited account of a time in American journalism that was—difficult as this is for us to believe—wilder than our own.” —Mitchell Stephens, Newsday“Luminous . . . a fascinating account of the coverage of late 19th century Cuba by a host of lively and frequently inventive correspondents.” —Robert Cromie, Chicago Tribune“[A] delightful history . . . lively, well-researched, informative and, best of all, fun to read . . . told in a sparkling manner that lifts it out of the dusty archives of old newspapers and library stacks and makes it as exciting as the best thriller.” —Ed Hutshing, San Diego Union'
'“Engaging . . . entertaining . . . rich in eccentric characters and pointed anecdotes, all handled with much humor.” —The Wall Street Journal“Exuberant . . . a remarkable evocation of this baroque chapter of American journalism.” —Harrison Salisbury, The Washington Post Book World“A spirited account of a time in American journalism that was—difficult as this is for us to believe—wilder than our own.” —Mitchell Stephens, Newsday“Luminous . . . a fascinating account of the coverage of late 19th century Cuba by a host of lively and frequently inventive correspondents.” —Robert Cromie, Chicago Tribune“[A] delightful history . . . lively, well-researched, informative and, best of all, fun to read . . . told in a sparkling manner that lifts it out of the dusty archives of old newspapers and library stacks and makes it as exciting as the best thriller.” —Ed Hutshing, San Diego Union'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781497659193 Pages: 412