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Excerpt from Mass Communication: Television, Radio, Film, Press; The Media and Their Practice in the United States of America
Of the approximately thirty-five such sheets in existence at the time of the Declaration of Independence, em ployed anyone we would call a reporter. The idea of going out to look for news had not yet entered the newspaper field. The main contents of the papers were reader contributions essays, letters. These made the newspaper a kind of forum. They might be vitriolic arguments or learned discussions on any subject considered of public interest.
A newspaper might also contain: brief items cribbed from other papers, Often months old; news and rumor relayed by travelers, summarized by the printer; a few advertisements, many of them want ads.
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