By Jean K. Chalaby (auth.)
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291). However, London also had its revolution. In the year following the abolition several dailies were launched, such as the Daily Telegraph, the Morning News, or the Morning Star, and numerous others were started in the following decades (Bourne, 1887, pp. 234-8). In the capital, between 1837 and 1887, total newspapers increased more than twelve times, passing from 56 to 680 (Lee, 1976, p. 291). (3) The increase from 264 to 1366 in the provinces and from 56 to 680 in London concerns all types of newspapers as well as periodicals.
The press masked the dominant classes' robbery of a large proportion of working-class production: when the dominant classes could not consume enough of working-class produce, the press reasoned that there was no trade, that the working classes were too numerous, and that they had to emigrate. ). During the 1830s, the Poor Man's Guardian and other unstampeds 24 The Invention of Journalism began to realize that economic 'exploitation' by the middle classes was worse than the traditional aristocratic 'despotism'.
In addition, there was almost no state intervention in the journalistic field throughout this initial phase of development. From the 1920s, the entry of the BBC in the journalistic field modified, and somewhat restricted, the flow and influence of capital in the media field. However, until the 1920s, the rules of the game were plainly and directly defined by the forces of economic capital. 2 ECONOMIC COMPETITION WITHIN THE JOURNALISTIC FIELD The annus mirabilis of the British press was 1855, in which the repeal of the last penny of the stamp duty opened up the possibility of selling newspapers for one penny.
The Invention of Journalism by Jean K. Chalaby (auth.)