Gentlemen of the press: post-World War II foreign policy reporting from the Washington community.

TitleGentlemen of the press: post-World War II foreign policy reporting from the Washington community.
Publication TypeThesis
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsMcGarr, Kathryn
Academic DepartmentDepartment of History at Princeton University
DegreePh.D.
Number of Pages144
Date Published2017
UniversityPrinceton
CityAnn Arbor
Thesis TypeDissertation
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"Gentlemen of the Press: Post-World War II Foreign Policy Reporting From the Washington Community," rethinks the role that print journalism played in creating a Cold War consensus about American foreign policy. By creating one conversation for public consumption and tolerating another behind closed doors, reporters in the capital created an appearance of consensus about foreign policy.

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