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Master of Science (MS)




One of the most controversial editors that ever worked in Kansas was E. Haldeman-Julius of Girard. It is the attempt of this work to follow the works of this writer, editor, and publisher from his first beginnings with struggling Socialist newspapers until his death In 1951. A background of his early life in Philadelphia is not neglected. The author was fortunate in that the library of Kansas State Teachers College contains many of the late publisher's works which were the principal sources of information for this paper. In addition, books and magazine articles gave factual information as well as subjective analyses. Persons living in Girard who knew Haldeman-Julius have given valuable information concerning his personal traits.


iv, 77 leaves ; 28 cm. Bibliography: leaves 75-77



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