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2 See, for example, Aline Gorren, “The Ethics of Modern Journalism,” Scribner’s Magazine, 19 (1896), 507–13; George W. Smalley, “Notes on Journalism,” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, 97 (July 1898), 213–23; “Journalists and Newsmongers Again,” Century, 42 (July 1891), 470–1; T. H. S. Escott, “Thirty Years of the Periodical Press,” Blackwood’s, 156 (October 1894), 532–42; Elizabeth Banks, “American ‘Yellow Journalism,’” Nineteenth Century, 44 (August 1898), 328–40; Wemyss Reid, “The Newspapers,” Nineteenth Century, 46 (November 1899), 1848–64.
It does recognize nineteenth-century concerns that sensational descriptions and their freighted meanings could seriously affect both the reasoning and actions of the readers. For an excellent discussion of public discourse and war reporting, see Steve Attridge, Nationalism, Imperialism, and Identity in Late Victorian Culture, Civil and Military Worlds (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003). 10 Both papers also had specials, who knew their papers’ policies, posted to their respective national encounters: the veteran Stanhope Sams in Cuba for the Times, and rookie reporter Henry Cross in the Sudan for the Guardian.
17 Soon Spirit included sketches and tall tales from the American frontier and the weekly emerged from the 1830s as an American original, reporting on American events in its signature style. 21 As part of this transformation, the Herald and other papers offered new attention to the sporadic, but signiﬁcant sporting events of the ante-bellum era, including the still evolving urban sport of baseball. 23 Before the 1870s, much longer reports appeared in Wilkes’ Spirit of the Times and the New York Clipper, journals which dedicated themselves to baseball.