Confessions of an S.O.B.
Called "journalism's most flamboyant personality" by The Wall Street Journal, here is the bestselling autobiography of the publisher of USA Today, now in trade paper. By his own admission, Al Neuharth is a man who "uses whatever tactics it takes to . . . rise to the top".
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