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Mail Men: The Unauthorized Story of the Daily Mail - The Paper that Divided and Conquered Britain Hardcover – 16 Mar 2017
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Tremendous... A very timely and important account of a modern phenomenon... A damned good read * Stephen Fry * Mail Men tells you all you need to know about the inner workings of the paper that brings politicians quaking to beg its favour. This well-informed, diamond-sharp analysis of the Mail phenomenon explains why it dominates England's political culture... A riveting read * Polly Toynbee * A wonderfully gossipy and detailed account of the paper's history and an assessment of its current success... What a waste nobody has turned the early years of the Daily Mail into a television miniseries * The Sunday Times * Riotously entertaining... [Many] will find that Addison has written the expose of the Mail that they always wanted to read * New Statesman * An illuminating history... which charts the Mail's journey from pioneer to pillar of the British media industry * The Financial Times * A rollicking, often compelling read * Observer * A gripping and very funny account of the newspaper [that] reveals its brutal brilliance ... surprisingly jaunty... The portrait of the Mail he paints shows that the newspaper is not as bad as some people say: it is even worse. * Prospect magazine * Excellent... The inside story of how the Daily Mail became a much-feared national institution * Choice magazine *
1.8 million read it and love it; many millions more hate it. Get the inside scoop on Britain's most popular daily.See all Product description
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Well written by a seasoned reporter who seems to have written mostly for right wing publications.
It should be read by all Mail readers but I doubt that it will be.
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