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Author Name:    MARCH, William

Title:   Red Line : The Chronicle-Herald and The Mail-Star, 1875-1954. in dj. signed

Publisher:    Chebucto Agencies Limited, Halifax, 1986, ISBN:0969179510 

Seller ID:   57041

MARCH, William. Red Line : The Chronicle-Herald and The Mail-Star, 1875-1954. Halifax : (Chebucto Agencies Limited, 1986). Pp [i]-vii,(3),[1]-415,(3).Illustrated. Thick 8vo, black cloth. March (b.1930) a long-time Halifax ne wsman. Contents : Part I. 1875-1900. - 1. The "Little Circle" of Conservatives ; 2. The First Decade: Victory and Defeat; 3. The Liberals are not for Canada; 4. Plots, Patronage, and Presbyterians. Part II. 1900-1921. 5. Blowa Bugle Amid the Ruins ; 6. King, Country and the Senate; 7. The "Folly" a nd Fury of Competition; 8. War, Peace and New Directions; 9. A Changing of the Guard. Part III. 1920-1930. 10. Keeping the Faith of the Founders; 11. The Battle Cry of Maritime Rights; 12. Through Dark Shadows to a Light. Part IV. 1930-1941. 13. Public Life: An Energetic Beginning; 14. Add Tumult toShouting, and Stir; 15. A Last Battle, and Farewell to Arms; 16. Who is No va Scotia's Tribune? 17. " . . . a Nervous System in Newsprint". Part V. 1939-1954. 18. War: More Business than Usual; 19. Political Pacifism, and Journalistic Victory; 20. ". . . Living on Borrowed Time". With appendices, bibliography and index. Very good in dustjacket. Signed with Inscription by the authror. 25.00


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