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Nations never develop in the same way. America has two histories: one that encompasses Colonial times--powdered wigs, slavery, machineless; and hte other history describing quite a different country, the post Civil War United States--more like, and perhaps more relevant to our present day. Our study centers on this second America, an agricultural country until the 1930s. Beign agrarian in that post-war period, it should not surprise one to learn that the inland, small town newspapers were major factors in the culture. They were the most-read publications in the nation. These little journals were he "conveyors" of ready-pring (the hidden newspaper) and related boilerplate; which form the basis of our study.

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