The brass check is a muckraking expose of american journalism by upton sinclair published in 1919 it focuses mainly on newspapers and the associated press wire service along with a few magazinesother critiques of the press had appeared but sinclair reached a wider audience with his personal fame and lively provocative writing style among those critiqued was william randolph hearst who . The brass check book read 17 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers start by marking the brass check a study of american journalism as want to read oct 13 2015 rhonda rated it liked it review of another edition this book written by one of the more well known muckrakers is an expose of journalism its . The brass check a study of american journalism is a muckraking expose of american journalism published in 1919 it focuses primarily on newspapers and the associated press wire service as well as on magazines i am happy to see you always so burning with energy but your next book prepares for . Page 351 the alacrity with which many dailies serve as mouthpieces of the financial powers came out very clearly during the recent industrial depression the owner of one leading newspaper called his reporters together and said in effect boys the first of you who turns in a story of a lay off or a shutdown gets the sack. Upton sinclair wrote 92 books but is called a two book author the first was the jungle the brass check is the second in this systematic critique of the structural basis of us media arguably the first one ever published upton sinclair writes that american journalism is a class institution serving the rich and spurning the poor
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