The camera never blinks twice: the further adventures of a television journalist
In a long-awaited sequel, globe-hopping CBS anchorman Dan Rather picks up where he left off in the national bestseller The Camera Never Blinks. From Vietnam to the Persian Gulf to Moscow, with the energy and honesty that have been his trademarks, Dan Rather provides remarkable insight into the news of the world--and the world of the news. Photographs.
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