The Little Rock Nine

The Little Rock Nine

Little Rock?s Crisis: A Year of Trouble
The stories of the Little Rock nine have been a popular topic over the years, and have spawned articles, books, and even a major motion picture. All of these mediums have certain audiences that they attract. It is the job of the author to know what kind of audience he is facing. Newspapers and Journals are important tools to illustrate the difference in certain audiences. A newspaper offers a broad range of topics like sports, politics, and general everyday events. The Arkansas Democrat is a newspaper located in Arkansas, and on Sunday, September 27, 1998, it published an article titled, Little Rock?s ?Lost Class? of 1959 recalls turbulent year, by Andrew A. Green. On the other hand, a journal is more focused on the interest of an individual, and is usually published by a university or research group. Arkansas Historical Quarterly is an example of a journal, and in the most recent volume, Spring of 2003, it also covers the story of the Little Rock nine titled, Segregationist Discourse, by Phoebe Godfrey. Although the articles are on the same topic, they differ in a

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