A Crisis of Innocence

Comic' Books - Who Are Their Readers: Nine Children of Every 10 are Subjected to Effect of Crime-Story Thrillers: Surveys Show Vast Audience of Impressionable Youngsters Under Influence of Publications

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Title

Comic' Books - Who Are Their Readers: Nine Children of Every 10 are Subjected to Effect of Crime-Story Thrillers: Surveys Show Vast Audience of Impressionable Youngsters Under Influence of Publications

Subject

Newspaper Articles

Description

A number of statistics are given about how many children read comic books.

Creator

Unknown

Publisher

Southtown Economist

Date

4 April 1945

Rights

Daily Southtown

Format

PDF

Type

Newspaper Article

Bibliographic Citation

"'Comic' Books -- Who are Their Readers: Nine Children of Every 10 Are Subjected to Effect of Crime-Story Thrillers." Southtown Economist [Chicago], 4 April 1945: 1. Web. 13 March 2014.

Files

Southtown Economist April 4 1945 crop.pdf
Southtown Economist April 4 1945.pdf

Citation

Unknown, “Comic' Books - Who Are Their Readers: Nine Children of Every 10 are Subjected to Effect of Crime-Story Thrillers: Surveys Show Vast Audience of Impressionable Youngsters Under Influence of Publications,” A Crisis of Innocence, accessed July 21, 2024, http://crisisofinnocence.library.torontomu.ca/index.php/items/show/258.