LevelItem
Ref NoGUA/6/4/1/1/13
TitleCuttings book
DateJanuary 1991 - April 1991
Extent1 volume
Creator NameGuardian Newspapers Limited
DescriptionCuttings of each of the Guardian's leading articles with manuscript annotations of the author's initials, 5 January 1991 - 19 April 1991.

The following leading articles have no author identified:
*new: 25 January 1991: How the scenery has shifted
*new: 31 January 1991: Emerald examples
*new: 6 February 1991: Norman's conquests
*new: 18 February 1991: The return of the barren bomber
*new: 27 February 1991: Feeling good: and thinking hard
*new: 20 March 1991: The local anaesthetic
*new: 9 April 1991: The new men in the zoo (identified as 'MK?')
*new: 10 April 1991: Spring in dark lanes
*new: 10 April 1991: Just super cautious (identified as 'PP?')
*new: 17 April 1991: Now Neil Kinnock needs a pint pot
*new: 18 April 1991: A leg up for the teachers

Leading articles were published anonymously each day as the collective view of the newspaper. Researchers should note that leaders do not necessarily express the personal views of their writers. They were published under the heading 'Comment' rather than the traditional heading 'The Guardian'. Generally three leading articles were published Tuesday - Friday, with two leading articles published on Saturday and Monday. On Friday 25 January four anonymous articles were published under the heading 'The Guardian' and two further under 'Comment'. All are included in the cuttings book.

From Tuesday to Friday the leading articles appear across the top third of the page. On Saturdays and Mondays the leading articles are generally published in a column on the left side of the page. From Tuesday 22 1991 the leading articles appear as columns with the exception of Saturday 16 February 1991 when they appear across the top third of the page.

The authors identified in this volume are (in alphabetical order):
MD - Malcolm Dean
JG - [John Gittings]
VK - Vic Keegan
MK - Martin Kettle
DMcK - David McKie
PP - Peter Preston
System Of ArrangementChronological
Access StatusOpen
FormatPrinted document
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