In all his glory: the life of William S. Paley, the legendary tycoon and his brilliant circle
A close-up of the powerful William S. Paley, who built CBS and charmed New York Society with his beautiful wife, Babe. From this humble beginning to his loss of power and his network's fall from grace, this work captures the man behind the scenes--deal maker, image maker, hedonist supreme-- in his steely glory.
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