By Anthony Fellow
AMERICAN MEDIA historical past is a entire textual content for undergraduate and graduate classes within the heritage and Philosophy of yank Mass Communications, Journalism and Broadcast Journalism heritage, and The heritage of stories in smooth the United States. The textual content is also applicable for American stories, heritage, and political technology classes.
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He signed himself “Silence Dogood,” and wrote in the guise of a prudish widow of a country minister writing to the publisher. Speaking convincingly as a woman, Franklin wrote about manners and morals, scoffed at women’s clothes and their pride of dress, lashed out at the hypocrisy in religion, and lampooned Harvard College students, which he considered his best work. 11 Authorities made no attempt to suppress the Silence Dogood columns attesting to how far press freedom had come since Harris’ day.
Forbidden to defend himself at Quaker meetings, Keith and a supporter, Thomas Budd, wrote a number of tracts. They hired Bradford to print them. Bradford, along with Keith and Budd, was jailed for four months before going to trial. For the first time in the New World, Bradford made the contention, which would be repeated forty years later in the Zenger case, that the jury should determine the law and fact of a case in sedition trials. Under English law, as well as that of most of the colonies, when seditious libel (criticism of government) was charged, the judge would determine the law.
Speaking convincingly as a woman, Franklin wrote about manners and morals, scoffed at women’s clothes and their pride of dress, lashed out at the hypocrisy in religion, and lampooned Harvard College students, which he considered his best work. 11 Authorities made no attempt to suppress the Silence Dogood columns attesting to how far press freedom had come since Harris’ day. They had reason enough, but the colony was larger now. The paper enjoyed some popular support, and the magistrates felt they had to be wary.