3 edition of C. P. Scott of the Manchester Guardian found in the catalog.
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He became editor of the paper in 1872, cementing the Liberal editorial philosophy of the paper, and ensuring a consistently high standard of journalism and journalistic integrity. A much more detailed catalogue of this correspondence is now available online via. He died in Manchester on 1 January 1932. Scott from Winston Churchill, 9th May 1909, on interruptions to his speeches by Suffragists. Archives Hub feature for April 2017 Explore descriptions relating to on the Archives Hub.
What influence will he exercise on the minds of men and on our public life? We can but try, ask pardon for shortcomings, and there leave the matter. Of the staff much the same thing may be said.
However, they were not required to sell it at all, and could continue to run the paper themselves "on the same lines and in the same spirit as heretofore". Whatever its position or character, at least it should have a soul of its own. His combined position as a Liberalthe editor of an important Liberal newspaper, and the president of the Manchester Liberal Federation made him an influential figure in Liberal circles, albeit in the middle of a long period of opposition.
He was elected at the as MP forand thereafter spent long periods away in London during the parliamentary session. Scott and wide range of correspondents, 1914-1921.
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16, 1914, and became a staunch friend of Weizmann and of Zionism thereafter. Literary figures also feature in the correspondence, such as George Bernard Shaw, John Galsworthy, William Butler Yeats, Harley Granville-Barker and Arthur Ransome.
Scott's editorial correspondence contains letters exchanged with figures of historical importance and eminence in almost every imaginable field, from politics and economics, to history, science and the arts. A newspaper should have a "soul of its own", with staff motivated by a "common ideal": although the business side of a newspaper must be competent, if it becomes dominant the paper will face "distressing consequences".
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Character is a subtle affair, and has many shades and sides to it.
Scott's editorial correspondence contains letters exchanged with figures of historical importance and eminence in almost every imaginable field, from politics and economics, to history, science and the arts.