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Radical journalist: H. W. Massingham (1860-1924)

by Alfred F. Havighurst

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Published by Cambridge University Press in [London, New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Massingham, H. W. 1860-1924

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 327-333.

    Statement[by] Alfred F. Havighurst.
    SeriesConference on British studies. Biographical series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN5123.M355 H3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 350 p.
    Number of Pages350
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5435098M
    ISBN 100521203554
    LC Control Number73083106

    This is another of H.W. Brands’ informative and well-written histories, and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in this type of book. Brands is a great story teller, and in this case it is the story of the US in the ’s. The book is far from being dry and academic, Cited by:   The chapter also reveals that while many of Shaw’s contemporaries (W. B. Yeats, J. M. Synge, Lady Gregory, and James Joyce among them), made much of Parnell’s fall and used it to initiate a campaign to modernize an Ireland still clinging to archaic moral values, only Shaw among them had an accurate view of Parnell’s : Nelson O’Ceallaigh Ritschel.

    enormous fame with books of light humour: Idle Thoughts Of An Idle Fellow, Three Men In A Boat, and Three Men On A Bummel, the latter being set in Germany. He drove a French ambulance in the Great War. Note To No. 54 H.W. Massingham, son of a Methodist preacher, was an influential Liberal/Labour journalist. Perhaps the most famous Westmeath man ever. The longest serving member of the House of Commons in his day, a pioneering newspaper editor and the first film censor in Britain, but above all T.P. O¹Connor, who was born in Athlone on October 5, , was deeply concerned about Irish affairs.

    American Journalism Index () Compiled by David Sloan, Heidi Nyland, and Pat Washburn. James D. H.W. Massingham, Radical Journalism, and the South African Racial Imperative, Definitions of the Ideal Journalist in Career Guidance Books. .   Our spectator columnist admires H. J. Massingham, the journalist who became a sustainable visionary. People still read W. , Cobbett was never out of print and Edward Thomas, the poet whose life was sucked out by a shell like a flame in the wind, is now fashionable, but I think, of all the old country writers, none speaks so urgently to us today as H. J. Massingham. Yet he .


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Massingham featured most significantly in the history of the press as editor of the Star, the Daily Chronicle and finally the Nation. Radical English journalist.

Massingham AKA Henry William Massingham Born: May Birthplace: Old Catton, Norwich, England Died: Aug Location of death: Tintagel, Cornwall, England Cause Wife: Emma Jane Snowdon (m.

d.six children) Son: Harold J. Massingham Son: Richard Massingham Son: Hugh Massingham Daughter: Dorothy Wife: Ellen Born:. ‘Behind the Locked Door’: Evelyn Sharp, suffragette and rebel journalist [1] ANGELA V. JOHN University of Greenwich, London, United Kingdom ABSTRACT Evelyn Sharp () was a key figure in two of the major women’s suffrage societies in Britain, the militant Women’s Social and Political Union and the United Suffragists.H.W.

Massingham (–), radical journalist and founding editor in of The Nation, a publication which superseded The Speaker and soon became Britain’s foremost Liberal weekly. London journalism of the s is examined, particularly W. T. Stead’s ascent to a position as the most popular and powerful journalist and editor of the decade.

Stead’s early great successes (his campaigns for an increase in naval expenditure () and his efforts to expose child prostitution ()), are considered in the context of a Author: Nelson O’Ceallaigh Ritschel.