Delve into the fascinating history of one of America's most influential newspapers. The Chicago Tribune played a key role in shaping the city's identity and transforming the field of journalism during the turbulent decades of the 20th century. This book offers a detailed, behind-the-scenes look at the newspaper's staff, business practices, and editorial philosophy, highlighting the Tribune's enduring legacy as a champion of free speech and open democracy.
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