For All Time
Bloomsbury Academic, Oct 1, 2000 - Photography - 144 pages
As the last century drew to a close, PARADE magzine asked its readers this intriguing question and invited them to take their cameras and capture a single image that best symbolized our nation's achievements, concerns, and hopes. More than 120,000 readers responded enthusiatically to the challenge.Included in this remarkable collection are unforgettable, prize-winning photographs that illustrate the enduring and exceptional aspects of American life. Each reflects the depth and breadth of life today and links America's present with the past and its future. While faces and surroundings may change with the passage of one millennium into another, these photos remind us that certain values endure - for all time.An introduction by Lee Kravitz, editor of PARADE, is accompanied by essays from the distinguished panel of judges, which included: Eddie Adams, the Pullitzer Prize-winning photographer; Yogi Berra, the Hall of Fame catcher; Dr. Joyce Brothers, the psychologist and syndicated columnist; Enrico Colantoni, who plays a photographer on NBC's "Just Shoot Me!"; and Marian Wright Edelman, the founder and president of the Children's Defense Fund and founder of Stand for Children Day.
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