The New York Daily News and the History of Conservative Media

  title={The New York Daily News and the History of Conservative Media},
  author={Matthew Pressman},
  journal={Modern American History},
  pages={219 - 238}
The media outlets usually identified as building blocks of New Right are niche ideological journals (such as National Review) and radio broadcasts. As crucial as these outlets were, other mainstream publications propagating similar ideas had a far greater reach—foremost among them the New York Daily News, the highest-circulation newspaper in the country. From the 1940s through the 1960s, the Daily News espoused a conservative populism further right than National Review, binding its readers into… 


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