Karetzky, Joanne L. Books

Mustering of Support for World War I by the Ladies' Home Journal
1997 0-7734-2250-1
This study concentrates mainly on the visual ways in which The Ladies' Home Journal conveyed the Journal's political and social views in its wartime editions. It demonstrates how the editor, Edward Bok, orchestrated elements of his magazine to serve his editorial vision, namely that the United States should be involved in the Great War, and in enlisting the active support of the readers.