On the front lines: following America's foreign correspondents across the twentieth century
From Sarajevo in 1914 to Baghdad in 1990, renowned journalism and communications scholar Michael Emery reveals many of the difficulties facing foreign correspondents covering overseas events, from Richard Harding Davis and Jack London at the century's beginning to Marguerite Higgins and Peter Arnett in more recent times. At the same time, he tells the "stories behind the stories" surrounding some of the most important events and the coverage they received in the American media.
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