Anyone interested in modern American political history could read it to advantage.
Harry Rosenfeld’s personal memoir tells of the development and working life of the editor who directed the newspaper craftsmanship that gave us the Watergate story.
With articulate language, Harry Rosenfeld has challenged the reader to think deeply.
very good history of the time but too many names that mean nothing to most readersPublished 11 days ago by Max
I got this for my husband, a retired LA times photographer. It brought back some memories of his long
This book has a lot of interesting material, but it rambles too much about the author's early life and family. What it needs is a good proof reader. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Rick Pullen
Great book...Insightful, thoughtul and humorous all at the same time. Reading about the progression from war torn Europe to the US was interesting. Read morePublished 17 months ago by JulieM.