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												Kooks & Dukes  Counts & No-Accounts.  Why Newspapers Do What They Do by  William C Heine
	 - First  Edition
			 - 1986
		 - from Gilt Edge Books (SKU: A1777)

Kooks & Dukes Counts & No-Accounts. Why Newspapers Do What They Do

												Kooks & Dukes  Counts & No-Accounts.  Why Newspapers Do What They Do by  William C Heine
	 - First  Edition
			 - 1986
		 - from Gilt Edge Books (SKU: A1777)

Kooks & Dukes Counts & No-Accounts. Why Newspapers Do What They Do

by Heine, William C

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ISBN 10
0888303025
ISBN 13
9780888303028
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Edmonton, Alberta: Hurtig Publishers, 1986. At last, an open, honest, and often amusing account of the principles and practices of running a daily newspaper. William C. Heine, editor of the "London Free Press" for seventeen years, pulls no punches in describing the inevitable friction in police-press relations, the threat of libel, etc,.....Heine's musings on the newspaper business are punctuated by lively and sometimes hilarious anecdotes of anonymous callers, irate advertizers, nazi goon squads, and rivalries in the newsroom. This is compulsory reading for media professionals and aspirants. Illustrated by b/w photos and full-page caricature drawings by "Ting" Light beige boards with brown spine. No ownership markings. An immaculate book in a "caricature" illustrated price-intact dust jacket. A handsome copy!. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine.

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book dealer
Gilt Edge Books CA (CA)
Bookseller’s Inventory #
A1777
Title
Kooks & Dukes Counts & No-Accounts. Why Newspapers Do What They Do
Author
Heine, William C
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
second hand - Fine
Jacket condition
Near Fine
Edition
First Edition
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
0888303025
ISBN 13
9780888303028
Publisher
Hurtig Publishers
Place of Publication
Edmonton, Alberta
Date Published
1986
Keywords
Journalists-Canada-Biography
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