Charles K. McClatchy and the Golden Era of American Journalism

Charles K McClatchy and the Golden Era of American Journalism Charles K McClatchy was twenty five when he inherited The Sacramento Bee from his father and his ensuing career as the paper s editor extended well beyond the newsroom Until his death in McClat

  • Title: Charles K. McClatchy and the Golden Era of American Journalism
  • Author: Steven M. Avella
  • ISBN: 9780826220684
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Charles K McClatchy was twenty five when he inherited The Sacramento Bee from his father, and his ensuing career as the paper s editor extended well beyond the newsroom Until his death in 1936, McClatchy was a consistent advocate for Progressive politics, a crusader for urban reform, a staunch isolationist, and a voice for Northern California This biography explores hisCharles K McClatchy was twenty five when he inherited The Sacramento Bee from his father, and his ensuing career as the paper s editor extended well beyond the newsroom Until his death in 1936, McClatchy was a consistent advocate for Progressive politics, a crusader for urban reform, a staunch isolationist, and a voice for Northern California This biography explores his career as the long time editor of the Bee in a work that weaves the history of Northern California with that of American newspapers.

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