- 316 pages
- The Americanization of Edward Bok
- Edward Bok
- 23 October 2017 Edward Bok
This Pulitzer Prize Winning Autobiography Charmingly Chronicles The Life Of Edward Bok, The Longtime Editor Of The Ladies Home Journal And A Noted Philanthropist Bok Wrote Of His Eventful Life, Every Life Has Some Interest And Significance Mine, Perhaps, A Special One Here Was A Little Dutch Boy Unceremoniously Set Down In America Unable To Make Himself Understood Or Even To Know What Persons Were Saying His Education Was Extremely Limited, Practically Negligible And Yet, By Curious Decree Of Fate, He Was Destined To Write, For A Period Of Years, To The Largest Body Of Readers Ever Addressed By An American Editor Perhaps Bok S Success Was Due To His Willingness To Champion Progressive Causes To The Wide Readership Of The Ladies Home Journal Bok Advocated Women S Suffrage, Saving The Environment, Public Sex Education, Education On Prenatal Care And Children S Health, And Pacifism EDWARD BOK 1863 1930 , American Pulitzer Prize Winning Author, Was Born In Den Helder, The Netherlands, And Came To The United States In 1869 He Edited The Ladies Home Journal For 30 Years During That Time, It Became The First Magazine To Reach One Million Subscribers Bok Also Wrote Books Such As Successward And America Give Me A Chance He Established A Number Of Civic Programs And Awards, Including The American Peace Award, The Harvard Advertising Awards, And The Philadelphia Commission.
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