Reporting the Revolution: Margaret Fuller, Herman Melville, and the Italian Risorgimento

@article{Dowling2014ReportingTR,
  title={Reporting the Revolution: Margaret Fuller, Herman Melville, and the Italian Risorgimento},
  author={David O. Dowling},
  journal={American Journalism},
  year={2014},
  volume={31},
  pages={26 - 48}
}
Margaret Fuller's journalism took a radical new shape when she traveled to Europe to report on the Italian revolution in the late 1840s as foreign correspondent for the New-York Tribune. As America's first woman journalist to report on a major international revolution, Fuller established herself as the primary source of information on the Italian Revolution, a role that grew out of her bold social reform writing for the Tribune that exposed institutional and government corruption. Her… 
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