William Cobbett and the Invention of Popular Radical Journalism

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1995 Number 1

William Cobbett and the Invention of Popular Radical Journalism
Michael Rustin, pages 139-156

Abstract

Soundings should have regard for the great models of popular journalism of the past, says Michael Rustin. We shows in his article how many of the techniques of popular polemical writing were invented two hundred years ago by the great advocate of the rural working class, William Cobbett.

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Michael Rustin (1995) William Cobbett and the Invention of Popular Radical Journalism, Soundings, 1995(1), 139-156

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