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Richard Harding Davis

Richard Harding Davis (1864-1916) was a writer and journalist best known for his involvement in the William Randolph Hearst's unproven plot to start the Spanish-American War in order to boost newspaper sales. Despite his association with Yellow journalism, his writings of life and travel in Central America and the Carribean have remained a vivid portrait of the time.

Some of his works include:

Some of his works are in the Public domain. See also Project Gutenberg and "Not likely sent: The Remington-Hearst 'telegrams'".