Memories of Dottie: Dorothy Thompson (1923-2011)
- Dorothy Thompson (1923-2011). Ashton, Owen R.; Allen, Joan; White, Joe; Epstein, James A. // Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Dec2011, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p227
Obituaries are presented for British labor historian Dorothy Thompson.
- Dorothy Thompson (30 October 1923—29 January 2011). Palmer, Bryan D. // History Workshop Journal;Autumn2012, Vol. 74 Issue 1, p301
An obituary is presented for historian Dorothy Thompson, also called Dottie, an expert on the Chartist movement and the wife of the late historian Edward Thompson, known as E.P. Thompson.
- Without Regrets. // Time;2/10/1961, Vol. 77 Issue 7, p68
An obituary for news reporter Dorothy Thompson is presented.
- Headlines And Hemlines. // Vogue;Apr2014, Vol. 204 Issue 4, p130
The article presents a brief profile of American reporter Dorothy Thompson. One of the most widely read political columnists in the U.S., she was deemed to be one of the two most influential woman in the country, along with the U.S. First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt. She had heady social life of...
- The Death of Democracies. Thompson, Dorothy // Vital Speeches of the Day;4/1/37, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p354
Presents a speech given by Dorothy Thompson, foreign correspondent journalist at Harvard Club in New York on March 14, 1937 about the condition of constitutional democracies. Role played by democracies in europe after the war; Failure of European government due to lack of fulfillment of human...
- Off the streets, onto Hollywood sets. Fremon, Celeste // Good Housekeeping;Nov98, Vol. 227 Issue 5, p30
Features freelance producer Dorothy Thompson's Streetlights program, which provides job training to young adults from Los Angeles, California's worst neighborhoods. Impact of the Los Angeles riots on Thompson's conviction to do her part to change the motion picture industry; Challenges during...
- The Liberal Spirit. // Vital Speeches of the Day;12/1/37, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p98
Presents the text of the speech delivered by publicist Dorothy Thompson at the 169th Annual Banquet of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York on November 18, 1937, which deals with issues on democracy in the U.S.
- Lighting the way. Lynn, Allison; Keller, Michele // People;12/16/96, Vol. 46 Issue 25, p65
Discusses the Hollywood organization Streetlights, which provides a bridge between Hollywood and the inner city by providing young men and women with training and jobs in the movie industry. Founder Dorothy Balsis Thompson; Thompson's financial stake in the organization; The success of...
- The Chartists (Book Review). Anderson, Duane C. // American Historical Review;Apr85, Vol. 90 Issue 2, p414
Reviews the book 'The Chartists: Popular Politics in the Industrial Revolution,' by Dorothy Thompson.