A Crisis of Innocence

Comic Books - The Stories They Offer Children: Words, Like Pictures, are Based on Crime, Superbeing Philosophy: Economist Survey Discloses Low Value of Typical Stories to Children

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Title

Comic Books - The Stories They Offer Children: Words, Like Pictures, are Based on Crime, Superbeing Philosophy: Economist Survey Discloses Low Value of Typical Stories to Children

Subject

Newspaper Articles

Description

Features a table that explores questionable content that was present in the twenty comic magazines procured by the Economist. It also includes reader reactions to their campaign.

Creator

Unknown

Publisher

Southtown Economist

Date

18 April 1945

Rights

Daily Southtown

Format

PDF, JPG

Type

Newspaper Article

Bibliographic Citation

"Comic Books - The Stories They Offer Children: Words, Like Pictures, Are Based on Crime, Superbeing Philosophy." Southtown Economist [Chicago], 18 April 1945: 1-3. Web. 14 March 2014.

Files

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Southtown Economist April 18 1945.pdf

Citation

Unknown, “Comic Books - The Stories They Offer Children: Words, Like Pictures, are Based on Crime, Superbeing Philosophy: Economist Survey Discloses Low Value of Typical Stories to Children,” A Crisis of Innocence, accessed May 23, 2024, http://crisisofinnocence.library.torontomu.ca/items/show/239.

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