I.F. Stone: a portrait

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Anchor Books, Apr 1, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 174 pages
For many Americans, I.F. Stone has been the conscience of investigative journalism, and the most perceptive political analyst of our time. Patner gives a glimpse of this remarkable personality including "his sense of humor and outrage, and the depth of his optimism in a world that seems to others increasingly dark".

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Patner provides a glimpse into the personality and insights of a self-described "non conformist of the left'' whose journalistic career spans six decades. I.F. Stone's Weekly , founded in 1952, gained ... Read full review


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