Observer" and J.L. Garvin, 1908-1914

a study in a great editorship
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Garvin, J. L. -- 1868-1947., Observer (London, England), Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1901-
StatementAlfred M. Gollin.
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James Louis Garvin (12 April – 23 January ) was a British journalist, editor, and author. InGarvin agreed to take over the editorship of the Sunday newspaper The Observer, revolutionising Sunday journalism and restoring the paper, which was facing financial troubles at Born: 12 AprilBirkenhead, England.

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Garvin at the end of Despite his dismissal, Harrison remained with The Observer as literary editor, simultaneously working at the Northcliffe-owned Daily Mail as drama critic. Editorship of Died: 13 July (aged 55), Seaford, East Sussex.

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She assisted in the preparation for Alfred M. Gollin's The Observer and J.L. Garvin, A Study in Great Editorship (). Viola Gerard Garvin has sometimes been confused with her father's second wife (married in ), Viola [Taylor Woods] Garvin (), also a writer under a number of names.

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This book is not so much an episode in the history of a newspaper as a study of an excepf tional editor and his political influence at the peak of his career. Soon after the armistice he published his first book, The Economic Foundations of Peace, in which he called for a lenient treaty and Anglo-American cooperation as the cornerstone for an effective League of Nations.

The Observer and J. Garvin, A study in a. James Louis Garvin (12 April – 23 January ) was an influential British journalist, editor, and author. In Garvin agreed to take over the editorship of the historic Sunday newspaper The Observer, revolutionising Sunday journalism and restoring the paper, facing financial troubles at the time, to profitability in the process.

Scope and Contents. James Louis Garvin (), the British journalist, was editor of the Outlook (), the Pall Mall Gazette (), and the Observer (). He was editor-in-chief of the fourteenth edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica () and also the author of a multivolume biography of Joseph Chamberlain ().

Garvin was the primary spokesman for the. There is much valuable discussion of these issues, and also of Opposition politics generally, in two biographical studies by A. Gollin, The Observer and J.

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Waldorf Astor, 2nd Viscount Astor, DL (19 May – 30 September ) was an American-born English politician and newspaper proprietor. He was also a member of the Astor family. Early life. Astor was born in New York City. He was the eldest son of William Waldorf Astor, 1st Viscount Astor and Mary Dahlgren younger brothers were John Rudolph Astor (who died young) and John Jacob.

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She assisted in the preparation for Alfred M. Gollin's The Observer and J.L. Garvin, A Study in Great Editorship (). Viola Gerard Garvin has sometimes been confused with her father's second wife (married in ), Viola [Taylor Woods] Garvin (), also a writer under a number of names. TORY RADICALISM AND THE HOME RULE CRISIS, THE CASE OF LORD WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE Whatever its enduring value as history, George Dangerfield's The Strange Death of Liberal England remains a great read.

(23) See Alfred M. Gollin, The Observer and J.L. Garvin, (Oxford, ). (24) Quoted in Witherell, Rebel on the Right, p. The National Service League and its doughty president, Lord Ro berts, looked upon the reforms of Richard Burdon Haldane rather as the last experiments in military voluntarism.

In fact, the public Author: R. Adams, Philip P. Poirier. The Observer and J. Garvin, A Study in a Great Editorship By ALFRED M. GOLLIN. Based on thousands of unpublished letters from statesmen such as Balfour and Lloyd George, this account of England's oldest Sunday newspaper shows how famed editor J.

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