Back home: a foreign correspondent rediscovers America

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Morrow, 1989 - Travel - 447 pages
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Two decades after Mort Rosenblum left Tucson to report about life in 145 other countries, he decided to come back home to report on America. Back Home is a mosaic of portraits, encounters, stories, and musings that depict the United States today. 42 photos, maps.

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Back home: a foreign correspondent rediscovers America

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A native of Tucson, Arizona, Rosenblum spent 20 years abroad as an Associated Press correspondent covering events in over 100 countries. His recent return home prompted this book, intended to "report ... Read full review

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13
CHAPTER 2
40
CHAPTER 3
60
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About the author (1989)

Mort Rosenblum" is a special correspondent to the Associated Press and the author of "Who Stole the News?" and "The Secret Life of the Seine," He lives in Provence.

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