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The Origins of the Popular Press 1855-1914

£30.00

Product description

Ex-library: Open University. Three library stickers on dust jacket. Signs of wear to DJ: scuffed, top and base of spine slightly chipped. Dust jacket is now wrapped in plastic. The spine is cocked, but the book is otherwise tightly bound in black boards. Library stamps to top and fore-edge. Number written in black marker and OU sticker on front end paper. Pages clean, free from notes. Overall in good + condition.

Alan J. Lee explores the cultural, political and economic effects of the expanding popular press in the late nineteenth/early twentieth century, and the social climate that led to these developments. Published in 1976, by Croom Helm Ltd.

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Author(s):
Alan J. Lee
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
310
Publisher:
Croom Helm Ltd.
Title:
The Origins of the Popular Press 1855-1914

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Ex-library: Open University. Three library stickers on dust jacket. Signs of wear to DJ: scuffed, top and base of spine slightly chipped. Dust jacket is now wrapped in plastic. The spine is cocked, but the book is otherwise tightly bound in black boards. Library stamps to top and fore-edge. Number written in black marker and OU sticker on front end paper. Pages clean, free from notes. Overall in good + condition.

Alan J. Lee explores the cultural, political and economic effects of the expanding popular press in the late nineteenth/early twentieth century, and the social climate that led to these developments. Published in 1976, by Croom Helm Ltd.

Author(s):
Alan J. Lee
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
310
Publisher:
Croom Helm Ltd.
Title:
The Origins of the Popular Press 1855-1914

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