Henry R. Luce: a political portrait of the man who created the American century
Drawing on Luce's personal papers and interviews with his family and associates, Herzstein illuminates the founder of Time in a way no other biographer has ever done. Included are accounts of Luce's relationships with key political and literary figures of his time, among them FDR, Chiang Kai-shek, J. Edgar Hoover, Churchill, JFK, and John Hersey. Photos.
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Pages from the Past: History and Memory in American Magazines
Carolyn L. Kitch
Limited preview - 2005