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In late 1896, the New York Journal assigned Richard Harding Davis and Frederic Remington to Cuba to spend a month covering the smoldering rebellion against Spanish rule. The assignment gave rise to one of American journalism's best-known anecdotes—that of the purported vow of the Journal 's owner, William Randolph Hearst, to “furnish the war” with Spain. The anecdote, while often retold, is almost certainly apocryphal.

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