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Simon and Schuster, Mar 1, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 400 pages
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MISSING THE STORY Chapter One TakenOut of Context 23
Plots That Failed 94
ABitof Background 133
Reagans Wayand a Better Way 176
Campaigns Horserace Journalism 238
Biasand Other Sins 305
Acknowledgments 369

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David S. Broder, the Pulitzer-Prize-winning reporter and columnist, writers twice weekly for the Washington Post and is syndicated in more than 300 newspapers. He is a regular on NBC's Meet the Press, CNN's Inside Politics, and PBS's Washington Week in Review. He grew up in Chicago Heights, Illinois, and worked on the Bloomington (illinois) Pantagraph, Congressional Quarterly, the Washington Star, and the New York Times before joining the Post in 1966. He has covered every presidential election campagin since 1960. He is the author or coauthor of six previous books, most recetnly The Sysyten and the best-seller, Changing of the Guard. He lives in Arlington, Virginia.

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