Horace Greeley


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United States journalist with political ambitions (1811-1872)

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In the fall of 1963 I left my hometown of Chicago heeding the call of Horace Greeley, "Go west young man".
Holzer examines President Lincoln's life through the lens of the press and how his relationship with its three most powerful publishers--James Gordon Bennett of the New York Herald, Horace Greeley of the New York Tribune, and Henry Raymond of the New York Times--shaped his political career and legacy.
If Horace Greeley were around today, urging folks to "Go West, young man" these days he would be talking about exploring the West Side of Manhattan over the Western United States.
"The Founding Fathers," veteran foreign affairs correspondent Kevin Peraino tells us in the book under review, "derided the art of diplomacy itself." Thomas Jefferson characterized Old World diplomacy as "the pest of the peace of the world." And Horace Greeley, the influential mid-19th century New York editor, condemned "the unprincipled egotism that is the soul of European diplomacy."
John Bird, who plays parish magazine editor Horace Greeley, is back again (scoring the funniest scene of the whole night) and June Whitfield appears twice as his identical twin sisters.
John Bird who plays parish magazine editor Horace Greeley is back again (scoring the funniest scene of the whole night) and June Whitfield appears twice as his identical twin sisters.
John Bird, who plays parish magazine editor Horace Greeley, is back again (scoring the funniest scene of the night) and June Whitfield appears twice as his identical twin sisters.
The above statement, which was made by a renowned US journalist, Horace Greeley, caused me to conclude that former American leaders put their trust in God and basically derived the American constitution from the Ten Commandments.
High School; Anubhav Guha, Chappaqua, Horace Greeley High School; Preeti Kakani, Jericho, Jericho Senior High School; Ivan Paskov, Scarsdale, Edgemont High School; Sara Sakowitz, New York, The Brearley School; Kaitlyn Shin, Jericho, Jericho Senior High School
"Horace Greeley," New York Times, accessed August 8, 2013.
(Lest the town feel slighted by the mistake, Amherst, N.H., for the record, was home of another famous writer-editor, Horace Greeley, founder of ]he New York Tribune, one of the most influential newspapers of his day.)
We've all heard the phrase "Go west, young man." It is attributed to Horace Greeley, a newspaper editor, political activist and abolitionist of the mid-19th century.
In 1862, the New York Tribune published an open letter by editor Horace Greeley calling on President Abraham Lincoln to take more aggressive measures to free the slaves and end the South's rebellion.
"If I could save the Union without freeing any slave I would," he wrote to newspaper editor Horace Greeley.