10 Outlaws Of The Public Enemy Era Almost Forgotten By History

10 Outlaws Of The Public Enemy Era Almost Forgotten By History

The term “public enemy” first began being used in the United States during the 1920s. The FBI later adopted the term in its early days to describe wanted criminals. Add to this the fact that Prohibition and the Great Depression...
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10 Famous Writers’ Gruesome Accounts Of Public Executions

10 Famous Writers’ Gruesome Accounts Of Public Executions

Famous people who’ve witnessed public executions include writers, who recorded accounts of their experiences in letters, diaries, or books. Their skill with the written word preserves the horror of these bizarre spectacles, allowing us today to gain a sense ...
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10 Ways Mass Media Ownership Hurts The Public

Facts Mike Floorwalker October 6, 2016 Passed in 1996 under President Bill Clinton, the Telecommunications Act has resulted in large-scale deregulation of the entire US media industry, removing many limitations on the number of different media outlets that can...
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10 Provocative Political Cartoons That Shaped Public Opinion

Politics Jonathan H. Kantor September 17, 2016 Editorial cartoons have been around since the early 18th century. Politicians, monarchs, and highly influential people are targeted to make a point, and in many cases, these have been very provocative. Whether the...
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