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SAMUEL MEDARY CRISIS

TESTING THE LIMITS OF PRESS FREEDOM

by REED W. SMITH

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Ohio State University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Medary, S,
  • American Journalism,
  • Law Of The Press,
  • Fiction - General,
  • (Samuel),,
  • 1801-1864,
  • 19th century,
  • Biography,
  • Editors,
  • Freedom of the press,
  • Medary, S.,
  • United States,
  • Biography/Autobiography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11352558M
    ISBN 100814206727
    ISBN 109780814206720

    Gerald J. Baldasty; Samuel Medary & the Crisis: Testing the Limits of Press Freedom. By Reed W. Smith. (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, x, The Crisis was published in Columbus, Ohio and edited by Samuel Medary. At the beginning of the Civil War Medary was sixty-one years old. He spent the previous 40 years of his life in politics. He spent one term in the Ohio House of Representatives () and the Ohio State Senate ( 38) as an Andrew Jackson Democrat.

      From an early age, Samuel Medary, native of Pennsylvania, was a influential Democrat, his foremost weapon being his formidable pen. He was born in ; 16 years later he was already contributing prose and poetry to the Norristown a series of moves and some time spent as a rural schoolteacher, Medary established his own paper in Batavia, Ohio, in —the Ohio Sun, . Samuel Medary & the Crisis by Reed Williams Smith Book Resume: This political biography tells the story of Samuel Medary, a controversial journalist and political activist who published a Peace Democrat (Copperhead) newspaper - the Crisis - in Columbus, Ohio, during the Civil War.

    Entry: Medary, Samuel Author: Kansas Historical Society Author information: The Kansas Historical Society is a state agency charged with actively safeguarding and sharing the state's history. Date Created: May Date Modified: February The author . I will attempt to build on Reed Smith’s recent biography of Medary, Samuel Medary and the Crisis: Testing the Limits of Press Freedom (Columbus, ). The primary source materials used in the research are the Samuel Medary and Clement Vallandigham Papers located as the Ohio Historical Society and a bound volume of the Crisis.


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2 () Campaign ed.: Campaign crisis, Damaged portions, Lincoln Financial Collection, copy 2. When Medary returned to Ohio from Kansas, he began publishing another weekly named the Crisis, on Janu After the Civil War began, the paper quickly became a leading voice for Peace Democrats in Ohio and throughout the Midwest.

Medary opposed the War Between the States, in particular, because he believed it was unnecessary. Weekly Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 31, )-v. 11, no. 19 ( ). Editors: Samuel Medary, ; William Trevitt, W.W.

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(Samuel), Crisis (Columbus, Ohio) Editors -- United States -- 19th century -- Biography. The Crisis was a newspaper published during the first half of the American Civil War by Samuel Medary that was critical of the American government's decision to limit slavery, and following the beginning of the war against the Confederate States of America, to wage war against the South.

Samuel Medary (Febru – November 7, ) was an American newspaper owner and politician. Biography. Born and raised in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, he settled in Bethel, Ohio, in After a term in the Ohio House of Representatives () and the Ohio State Senate (–38) as a Jackson Democrat, he purchased a newspaper in Columbus that became the Ohio Statesman.

Book Summary: This political biography tells the story of Samuel Medary, a controversial journalist and political activist who published a Peace Democrat (Copperhead) newspaper - the Crisis - in Columbus, Ohio, during the Civil War.

Medary, a staunch supporter of states' rights and civil liberties, opposed the Union war effort and fought against government attempts to suppress the peace movement.

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This book chapter was published in The Antebellum Press, the Civil War, and Freedom of : Reed W. Smith. Proceedings of the Democratic State Convention, Held at Columbus, Ohio, Friday, July 4, Containing the Speeches of Hon.

Samuel Medary, Hon. C.L. the Address and Platform, Ballotings for (Paperback) by Democratic Party (Ohio) State Conventio and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. This political biography tells the story of Samuel Medary, a controversial journalist and political activist who published a Peace Democrat (Copperhead) newspaper - the Crisis - .He returned to Columbus in and began publishing "The Crisis," a newspaper whose purpose was to stop.

the Civil War. Samuel Medary was a nineteenth century Ohio journalist and political leader. Samuel Medary was born on Februin Pennsylvania.THE CRISIS, a weekly journal published and edited by Samuel Medary, was the quasi-official mouthpiece of the movement.

The name alluded to newspapers and broadsides of the Revolutionary War era that spoke out against British rule over the colonies.