Databases A-Z

  • Liberty: A Weekly for Everybody was founded in 1924 by Joseph Patterson, publisher of the New York Daily News and Robert McCormick, publisher of the Chicago Tribune and often regarded as the world's greatest publisher. From its inception, they set out to make the magazine more topical, daring and exciting than any competitors. Information was presented in a style heavily influenced by the emerging motion picture industry and focused on the most sensational and popular issues. Dates of coverage: 1924-1950.
    Publisher:
    Liberty Magazine
    Type:
    Electronic journals
    Rights:
    Licensed for all KU students, faculty, and staff connecting to the Internet.

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