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The Pamphleteers: The Birth of Journalism, Emergence of the Press & the Fourth Estate

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The Pamphleteers is an investigation into the early journalism. In an era long before the advent of the periodical press, the pamphleteers were the world's proto-journalists. As a paper platform for a spectrum of religious fanatics, eccentrics, social reporters and satirists, the pamphlet evolved as a weapon of propaganda (forged between the fledgling press and the censors ...more
Paperback, 182 pages
Published September 1st 2010 by Information Architects (first published August 15th 2010)
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James A. Oliver is an international writer, editor, and consultant. He is also the author of "A Footprint in the Sand", an epic political comedy inspired by a special assignment at the end of the Cold War, and "The Anarchist's Arms" - a stage play set in near-future London.

In 2006, "The Bering Strait Crossing: A 21st Century Frontier" was published worldwide. In 2007, he was invited to Moscow by t
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