The Evolution of Journalism in America.

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A Thousand Words Several professions, some more tasteful than others, have been dubbed with the title “The World’s Oldest Profession”. Among all in contention the winner must be found in communication. Each time an infant wails its way out of the womb it confirms the human drive to communicate. Tribal dance, cave paintings, scribes, and the town cryer are all predecessors to the modern journalist. We, as humans, have always had an obsession for …

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…their version of it in the time they have allotted. Besides, the book is almost always better than the movie even though it may have no pictures. Bibliography The American Magazine. Janello, Amy. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1991. The Century. Jennings, Peter. New York: Doubleday, 1998. Eyewitness, 150 Years of Photojournalism. Lacayo, Richard. New York: Oxmoor House, 1990. FDR, the Intimate Presidency. Molella, Arthur P. Washington: Smithsonian Institution,1982. We Interrupt This Broadcast. Garner, Joe. Illinois: Sourcebooks, Inc., 1998.