If the author truly wants to make a point, why not write a book that states what really happened?
Jordan applied the very same work ethic to baseball that he had applied to basketball and was actually succeeding in minor league baseball at the age of 31.
Others will appreciate that Campbell has done a superb job in correcting shoddy journalism that has become part of American history.
This is the best of Journalism. The facts replace urban legend in Professor
Campbell's brilliant research. I read it in three nights and could not put it down.
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Professor Campbell's GETTING IT WRONG is a welcome addition to my bookshelf of irreverent American history books including: THE CARTOON HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, CONGRESSIONAL... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Keith Wheelock
Admittedly, I didn't finish reading this book, but it seems that the subtitle should be "Timing is everything." Hope this helps.Published on March 9, 2013 by jdr3366
I read this book about six months ago and thought it was OK. It was only after I began to read a bit on this history of journalism and its role in US history that I began to see... Read morePublished on March 23, 2012 by Ryan C. Holiday
In "Getting It Wrong," journalism prof. W. Joseph Campbell debunks ten media myths:
1) William Randolph Hearst's alleged telegram to Frederick Remington... Read more