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The focus of my paper will be on Ray Stannard Baker’s “The Right to Work.” After reading the book, I now understand why Theodore Roosevelt disliked this sort of journalism, perhaps because it was honest and straight to the point, unlike politicians. Muckraking was a form of journalism that hid absolutely nothing. These reporters did not believe in concealment of any kind, whether information or names. Their investigative reporting bore all to the public, which was the truth. The public did have a right to know what corruption and
chaos was occuring around them, thus making muckraking loved.
Baker wrote as he pleased while investigating and reporting “The Right to Work.” Was Baker antilabor? Was he for or against the mine workers? After reading his passage, I have come to the conclusion that Baker was unbiased, which was definitely an advantage for
writers. He only reported the unfortunate tales behind the strikes and the workers who would not strike...
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