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A Reporter's Life
A Reporter's Life
Author: Walter Cronkite
From Publishers Weekly — Written with wry, self-deprecating humor, Cronkite's memoir gives us the veteran TV newscaster at his most relaxed and ingratiating as he recounts dozens of his scoops: for example, tracking down and interviewing Takeo Yoshikawa, the Japanese spy who was strategic to the attack on Pearl Harbor, and Daniel Ellsberg when he...  more »
ISBN: 97786
Pages: 384
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Publisher: Knopf
Book Type: Paperback
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I started reading this book but found Walter's witing style too boring, and stopped. Recently , I read a reference in Andy Rooney's book, "My War" stating that Walter Cronkite was a great reporter but not a great writer. Now I know why.
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